I am a writer so I/S isn't my forte. I got a new Dell from Dad for my birthday. Along with it came two speakers and a Harman/Kardon treble/woofer box. The main speaker has two lines running from it. One small line has a burnt orange connection which matches the color on the other speaker. I plugged it in. The thicker cable has a connection that fits directly in the box. The box has a power cord and I plugged it into my power strip. Now what? If it doesn't go into the computer, that means no sound! Any help would be great and thanks! I asked my DAd and he's lost.
Thanks Berny and Boyce. I think my Dad is Dell! No manual for any of it. I have another PC loaded but I can't see where in the world another thing would go. All things are plugged. For Boyce: it came with he input cable which went to the speaker rather than the PC. Still think I better call Dell. This Box, this treble and woofer/speaker system are by Harman/Kardon.
High and thanks so much. Okay it is a subwoofer box. It has the usual power cord and that went into the power strip. The subwoofer box has a connection point in the back. The right speaker has a thick cable, which fit into the subwoofer box. A thinner line connects into the right speaker. There is absolutely no more entry points or extra dangling cords in this equation. I know something has to into the computer itself but what? Thanks!