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Can i setup these up outside of a computer and just plug them into a wall ?

Im thinking of buying them for my room buy i currently dont have a computer in my room so i was wondering if i could just have the system plugged into a wall and have my music run through my ipod. would this work ? thanks

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I connect my ipod but cant get all the speakers to go just two satelites

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It should be possible as long as you can find an adapter to attach them to your ipod.

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