Question about Computers & Internet
When you insert the headphone jack into the "audio-output" jack,
which should be GREEN coloured, it should mechanically disable the built-in speakers. If that does not happen, you're connecting it to the wrong socket.
Be sure to insert the microphone's jack into the PINK socket, which is the "microphone-input" socket.
Posted on Sep 27, 2010
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