Is there an adaptor that will allow me use non-dell speakers. They are the cheap G -691A multimedia speaker system with their own power supply.
I want to use them with my Demension 2400
Any help would be appreciated.
All "computer" speakers come with the standard 1/8" stereo plugs. It sounds like those speakers are not computer speakers (which are also shielded so no RF interference from the monitor or PC will affect them). I don't even remember old speakers that weren't "powered" that didn't have the 1/8" stereo plug.
You may want to reconsider using them. You don't say what type of connector is on those speakers but you can probably get an adapter at Radio Shack.
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Actually, the speaker are powered and came from my old computer. These speakers are available and compatible with all other computers; they just don't fit my dell.
I may check with Radio Shack for an adaptor.
I still don't understand. If they are "standard" computer speakers then they have the 1/8" (3.5mm) stereo plug. Your Dell also has the standard 1/8" jack.
What is different on your speakers?
I haven't seen a Dell 2400, but it must have the standard 1/8" (3.5mm) stereo speaker jack as as I haven't seen any other posts about not being able to connect speakers. The green jack is the speaker jack. The stock 2400's, from what I've been told, have on-board sound modules, not PCI sound cards.
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