Question about Audio Players & Recorders
The cord you are looking for, that plugs into the "input" of the speaker and the speaker output (green) audio connector of your sound card looks like a plug for a pair of headphones. It will have the same type of connector on both ends, the male connector.
it is a 3.5mm male mini stereo plug at both ends.
Headphones have two type of plugs, the 3.5mm or the 1/4 inch jacks. The headphones for personal audio devices like an mp3 player, ipod or the like have a 3.5 mm, most older and some newer receivers have the bigger 1/4 inch jack for headphones.
so look at a pair of headphones, notice the plug on it, and then find one that has that same plug but on both ends of the cord.
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Posted on Jun 27, 2008
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