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Understanding PC sound connections

Understanding PC sound connections: Help Yourself: Tech Tips Weekly
Understanding PC sound connections: Help Yourself: Tech Tips Weekly

When your PC or laptop has only one audio connection, it's for speakers or a headset. Two audio connections represent the microphone input and the speakers or headphone output. On a desktop PC, two sets of microphone/speaker jacks are found, on the front and back of the console. Additional audio jacks on the back of the console represent advanced audio output, such as for a subwoofer or surround-sound system. These bonus audio jacks lack consistency with their color coding.

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