Re: computer speakers

Veronica Kirk

Thanks Troy for that information.  I am returning these speakers as the sound just is not that great.


From: [] On Behalf Of Troy Burnham
Sent: Monday, January 18, 2021 10:23 PM
Subject: Re: [TechTalk] computer speakers


Hi Veronica,

If the speakers you bought have the 8th-inch earphone plug then indeed you can buy an adapter to plug that into and that will plug into your USB port, I just had to do the same thing myself.

If everything I've said is correct just go to amazon and search for USB to 3.5 mm adapter, or USB to 8th-inch adapter might even work. When I did my search though I used USB to 3.5 mm adapter as my search.



On 1/18/2021 9:28 PM, Veronica Kirk wrote:

I would like to get computer speakers for my laptop, which when in the office is connected to a docking station.  I have some awesome Logitech speakers that I use for my other computer that are about eight years old.  These speakers include a subwoofer with a knob with which to control the amount of base, two desktop smaller speakers and another controller which has the on and off switch, and the volume button.  Now, this is where I may confuse all of you.  I cannot use this system on the docking station as the connection is not a USB connector.  I need to find speakers that have a USB connector like one has for a keyboard, as the other type on the docking station do not work any longer (like some earphones use.)  I went to Walmart today and found some Logitech speakers, and the worker there (who did not help very much at all) said the speakers have USB capability.  However, when I got home I found that was not the case.  Is there an adaptor to connect the speakers to, and then plug the adaptor in to the USB port on the docking station?  The speakers that I bought today do not have as superb sound as the old speakers I have, so do speakers today have USB connection?  Thank you for your input.





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