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Speaker hookup which plug in to use,red,blue,or green?

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  • Anonymous Jan 08, 2009

    the acer computer came with no real user manual. ther are no instructions where to plug the cords into. michaelès suggestion the green one is completely unhelpful as there are at least 3 gree plug ins plus the speaker also have a flat plug in (where does it go).



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Green would be the plug you would need to use.

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