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Bose speak cable was accidentally pulled out of computer and I cannot understand how/where to plug it back in. Dell xps 420

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  • junehelsabec Aug 20, 2010

    Thanks for your answer Tech 114. There are 2 jacks at the end of the Bose Companion 2 Series II speakers cable (red

  • junehelsabec Sep 01, 2010

    Thanks tech 114. I now have sound. JuneHelsabeck

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The 3,5mm jack from your speakers must be connected at the GREEN 3,5mm female jack (at the back panel of your dell, NEAR the blue, orange and black jacks, just above the USB connectors). Maybe this photo will help you:
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    Let me try to make it easy. Use the audio cable to make the connection.


    • Insert the stereo mini plug at one end of the cable into the mini audio out jack on your computer (at the green one as I told you before)

    • Insert the two plugs (usually one red and one white) at the other end of the cable into one pair of the AUDIO INPUT jacks on the right speaker. In details: Insert the white RCA plug into the white jack labeled L. and insert the red RCA plug into the red jack labeled R.

    • A speaker cable is attached to the rear of the LEFT speaker. Insert the free end of this cable into the jack marked TO LEFT SPEAKER on the back of the RIGHT speaker.
    Here is the full connection diagram:

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  • junehelsabec Aug 20, 2010

    Thank you tech 114. The red

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