Question about Logitech X-530 5.1 Surround Sound Speakers&Subwoofer - 970114-0403 Computer Speakers
Computer speak usually have a 3.5" headphone plug (just like a pair of headphones). This plug is not native to a TV, they instead usually use RCA plugs (red and white with a solid center post and metal 'sleeve' which makes the connection) these are the most common audio out format for most TVs. You can go to radio shack and buy a 3.5" headphone to RCA adapter which is just a short cable with a female 3.5" plug at one end and two RCA plugs at the other (red and white). This is pretty cheap ~$5 and should get you up and running. You will be going from the label Audio Out ports on your tv through the adapter cable and into your PC speakers.
Posted on Mar 12, 2011
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