Although a laptop generally has integrated speakers, most computers don’t. So you will probably need to have speakers plugged in if you want to hear the sounds from your computer.
You’re going to need an electric connection: A computer with a sound card speaker.
Please follow these step by step instructions to connect the speaker to your PC.
Step One: Make sure your computer is disabled.
Step Second: plug in the power socket of the speakers.
Step Third: Place the 3.5 mm jack at the rear of the speakers connected to the cable. To connect them to your computer tower, you are going to use this plug.
Step Four: A number of small, round, color-coded sockets are located at the back of the computer tower. It’s usually green that you plug in your speakers. It can also be labeled ‘Audio Out’ with a headphone symbol.
Press the jack firmly into this socket to make a good relationship. However, don’t press on when there is resistance – you attach the socket to your computer’s motherboard sound card and you could damage it if you push it too hard.
Step Five: There’s another ‘subwoofer’ in some speaker configurations, a bigger 3rd speaker with bass sounds. Find out whether your sound card supports multiple speakers before connecting it. When you connect a jack, follow the color coding on the back of the tower. Put the green jack on the green socket, the blackjack into the black socket, etc.
Step Six: Convert and adjust the volume monitor to your computer and speech engines. Probably when your computer is turned on you will play a little tune. When you hear it now, you’re going to know the speakers are working. But don’t be concerned if you don’t listen. If you don’t.
Step Seven: The PC should recognize and respond accordingly to the addition of speakers to your system. It will possibly say “New detected driver” and will take a short set-up. To make the necessary changes, you need to click ‘Yes.’
Step Eight: Play something that you know has a soundtrack to test your speakers. Pop a CD, DVD, or watch a YouTube clip on your DVD drive. You may also notice that sounds occur now if simple features are performed, such as when you click a button or when you open a window or when an email arrives.