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Speaker jack to headphone jack adapter?


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Ryukk

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Hello,


The speaker jack in the back of my computer is not working properly, however, the headphone jack in the front of my computer works and Ive even got a this Treo speaker cube/usb port to work in that jack, even tho the plugin is too big to fit in the jack, if i get it to stay in there in the right position is works. Anyway I was just wondering if there an an adapter that i could plug my computer speakers (that only fit in the back speaker jack) into, then plug them into smaller headphone jack up front?

I have a lenovo H420, if that helps, and just real basic computer speakers (kinyo)

I've searched on google but can only get results for connecting home theater speakers to a computer.

Thanks for the help.
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iammykyl

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Gday.
Try this Google search > click > https://www.google.c...l2547l2-5.4l9l0

Then, if using Chrome, click on Images.
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Ah thanks, didn't think of checking the images. :thumbsup:
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Your welcome.
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