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jcpwn2004

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I have these speakers http://www.geeks.com...S-X9-R&cpc=SUGG and I was wondering if there's any way I could hook them up to my computer. I don't have an ipod or anything so the only way I can use them right now is if I burn a cd :whistling:
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Just use the audio jack and plug it into the back of the computer.

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I don't have an audio jack, i have a wire connecting my subwoofer to the main cd thing, and then wires connecting the speakers to the subwoofer.

It has a spot for mp3 players, is there any way i could hook up a cord from my computer to the mp3 input or something?

Edited by jcpwn2004, 16 January 2007 - 09:33 PM.

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Hmm I actually just looked and there's a whole that says aux in and one that says phones. Could I buy some kind of cable that would hook up my computer there?
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U can buy a cable that will connect between you'r audio in on you'r computer and the AUX in. That is how I connect sometimes my unit to the computer.
I think this is the kind of cable u need.

http://www.geeks.com...d=21154&cat=CBL

Look at the connections befor u buy.
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Cool thanks vally, what do u mean look at the connections?
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To c that the different ends of the cable in the picture is the same as the connections on the unit rde and white.
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