Hi everyone - please could you give a simple answer to what I hope is a simple question (to a simple person!) Daughter's computer's speakers seem to have packed up , ie no sound coming out despite them being plugged in and the sound on on the pc. They're several years old and were cheap anyway so I don't mind buying new ones but my question is: is there anything complicated about buying speakers? Do they just plug in? Are there different connections that I need to be aware of? (Pc is 2 years old btw.) I only really want the most basic speakers I can get. I'm going off to Dixons/currys/pc world tomorrow. thanks.
For basic Stereo speakers, its normally just a simple standard connection. However, if you're planning to get a 5.1 surround sound system for PC they will have 6 sockets. 2 Left, 2 Right, 1 Centre and 1 Sub.
Pidder - hadn't thought of that but on reflection the only thing connecting them to pc is one line that branches off into each speaker. They don't have any lights on them - so maybe they are broken. Thanks all for help!
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