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Need wires for z-340

Ok so i have this system (z-340)
but i bought it used and i only got the subwoofer, so i was wondering how can i connect it to my comp, it only has the power cable

plz help

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  • taylor7359 Sep 17, 2008

    I bought it used as well. It was just the sub and was $2!

  • Anonymous May 17, 2009

    I have the acs640 sub with out anything else. I believe I have a working power supply arrangement, however, the other connector which would probably have a power switch/volume is not working for me. If anyone had a pinout on this model it would be greatly appreciated.

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I just got one too. I guess I'll tear it apart and post the pinout. Also have a set of Altec Lansing satalites (ACS340) with the same connector (hmmmm, Z-340 -- ACS340... probably the same thing they just changed some pins)

I let you know!

Posted on Nov 16, 2008

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