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dano_61

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Hi

I just purchased a set of wireless headphones, i am trying to install them.I am hooking them into my PC. This is what the insructions say

" Connecting to a Stereo or computer

Plug the audio input cable coming out of the transmitter into the headphone output of your strero or the audio output jack on your computer"

What does the audio out put jack look like and where is it located ?, do my computer speakers have to turned on of off.

Dan
 

etaf

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it depends on the computer - whats the make and model
I suspect you will need to replace you speakers for the headphones as they may both use the same socket

But that depends on the PC and sound card and what outputs it provides
 

dano_61

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Hello

I have a Compaq S5100 NX

Memory Installed 256 MB (1 x 256)
Maximum allowed 1 GB (2 x 512 MB) requires the removal of the installed 256 MB DIMM
Speed supported PC2700 MB/sec (messages at PC2100
Type 184 pin, DDR SDRAM
DIMM slots Two
 

dano_61

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Thanks etaf

I put the headphone plug into the speakers jack, works great. I am looking for a equalizer program then its all good
Dan
 
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