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Conection How i conect my speaker to the computer

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Usually there is a green hole on the back that you plug the speaker wires into. Small headphone style plug

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Speakers has two wires . One that look like headphone plugin wire, goes in the back of the computer where all the audio connection are made. This may be green output , along with mic and other for input. The speaker wire goes in the audio out connection. If the speaker had another wire to connect in the base that goes in the speaker base and throug the power outlet in the wall.

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Back side of ur cpu there r three holes pink green blue....cnt ur speaker pin in middle hole...mic in pink hole....

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Find the Audio card of you computer. Mostly audio card jack had label line out or audio. Also audio out jack was light green in color.

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