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Can you hook up your computer speakers to a tv?

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2009-12-20 19:44:45
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You can if they provide their own power(you have to plug them into the wall) and they have a audio plug that will plug into you tv like a headphone jack. but usually a tv's speakers are better than standard computer speakers if they are built into your computer then you cant use them except for your computer.

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