Question about Durabrand Audio Players & Recorders
Go to your local Radio Shack. They have all the adapter cables you would need. It depends on the speaker what cable you buy. PC speakers use a 3.5mm male connector in which case you would buy nothing. Just plug into the CD player's earphone out jack. Other speakers may use wires so you would buy the appropriate adapter cable from Radio Shack or other electronics store. It can be done.
Posted on May 20, 2011
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