Question about HP (PP036AA) Computer Speakers
Look for a green 3.5mm port (the size of a headphone jack) on the back of your tower and connect that with an audio cable to the computer's speaker output (probably a green plug also on most PC's)
If the monitor speakers have their own power supply make sure they are also plugged in and powered on.
Posted on Jan 01, 2011
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