What is RS out and CS-out?
CS-Out – Center / subwoofer speaker. RS-Out – Rear surround sound line out. SS-Out – Side surround sound speaker.
What is L-out and L in PC?
L-Out: Line out (speakers, headphones, etc.), left/right speaker. L-In: Line in (mp3 player, stereo, etc.) SS-Out: Subwoofer. CS-Out: Center speaker.
Which hole do I plug my speakers into?
The one to plug your speakers into is usually green. It may also be marked with a headphones symbol or be labelled ‘Audio out’. Push the jack into this socket firmly to get a good connection.
What is L-out on motherboard?
Alternatively referred to as audio out and sound out, the line out jack is found on computer sound cards. It allows external speakers, headphones, or other output devices to connect to the computer, transferring computer generated audio to the devices so that it can be heard.