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Jolen98

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hey every1
i just bought a 2nd set of speakers cause the ones i ave only 2 work out of the 4.1 speakers well the subwoofer works 2
so i went and bought 2 speakers
i was wondern how would i make it so that the ones that do work on my system and the ones i just bought how can i make the 2 i just bought also work
i already tried hookn them up to the motherboard sound but that didnt work
they work fine on ther own but i want them to work wit my other ones
PLZ :tazz: :) :)
ne help would be great
thxs in advance

Edited by Jolen98, 31 October 2005 - 05:52 PM.

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Fenor

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Hi Jolen98!

Unfortunately you cannot hook two different sets of computer speakers together to make them work as you would adding new speakers to a home entertainment system. You need to have all the speakers, in your case 4 speakers and a sub, from the same package for them to work. I suggest you return the speakers you just bought and buy a whole 4.1 speaker set. It's the only way they are going to work.

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Edited by Fenor, 31 October 2005 - 07:17 PM.

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Jolen98

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thxs for the info
darn
so your sayn i cant hook the new speakers up to the motherboard sound
just want to check that is all
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Nope, you can't. You can set them up by themselves and they will work as you already know, but since you only have one spot to plug your speakers into, you can only have one set of speakers.

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ok
well i lik the speakers an im gonna use them some were else
i will get the 5.1 system wit my next paycheck or wen i can
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