Question about HP Compaq 6720s Notebook
You would normally connect external speakers to a laptop using the laptop's headphone port. The cable coming from the speakers would normally have a green connector on the end and would plug directly in.
If you have a bigger, more complex speaker system then you would need to determine what connections are possible to the speakers and what outputs are provided on your laptop. The most common audio out ports (for PC's, not so much laptops) are SP-DIF Coaxial and Optical. These would provide full digital surround sound signals from your computer but are not found commonly on laptops.
My best guess would be the above green connector to headphone port setup. The rest is a bit optimistic for an everyday laptop.
Posted on Apr 02, 2011
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