What cable do computer speakers use?
To connect to the internal audio interface of the computer, we must locate an analog output. This, again, is typically the 3.5 mm headphone jack. Using a 3.5 mm male-to-male TRS cable, we can connect the computer to its speaker. Plug one end of the cable into the computer and the other end into the speaker.
What is a PC audio cable?
A cable used to transfer analog or digital signals from an audio source to an amplifier or powered speaker.
Which computer jack is for speakers?
Connecting speakers or headphones to a 3.5 mm mini jack
One of these wires should connect to the left speaker, and another should have a 3.5 mm mini plug that connects to your computer’s audio output jack. If your speakers require a power source to amplify the audio, there should also be a power cord.
How do I connect speaker wires to my computer?
Connect the sound cable with black connectors into the Rear Speaker Out port on the back of the computer. Plug the other end of the cable into the black port on the subwoofer, next to the green port. Connect the sound cable with orange connectors into the orange Center or Digital Out port on the back of the computer.