Replacing computer speaker Jack Tags: Speakers Computers Connection Audio Last response: April 1, 2013 7:25 AM in Home Audio Share cpcdd3399 April 1, 2013 6:09:21 AM Bought a new wire to connect the old wire. However, right now im confused which wire goes where? The left wire is the speaker's wire consisting of Green, White, & Non-insulated wires. The right wire is the new wire with Red, Blue, and Yellow wires. Which wire goes where? Help!! More about : replacing computer speaker jack Flying-Q April 1, 2013 6:15:26 AM What is on the other end of the right hand wire as it looks like 3 amp mains flex from here? cpcdd3399 April 1, 2013 6:19:21 AM Oh, to be honest i dont really know haha. My friend said it should be compatible... Well its aux to aux with the same size male jack Can't find your answer ? Ask ! Get the answer Flying-Q April 1, 2013 7:25:18 AM In this instance it may be better to get the friend who said it would be compatible to assist. Can't find your answer ? Ask ! Publish Related resources: ForumHow to connect speaker wire with computer audio jacks ForumPC tower headphone jack vs Speaker control box's headphone jack ForumSolvedSound from only right speaker unless 3.55m jack is slightly pulled out ForumSolvedCable for gigabyte ex58 rear speaker(s) out jack (black) Forumconnection question: jack, speaker wire.. ForumSpeaker Jack Not Working, SADFACE ForumSolvedReplacing motherboard dc jack ForumSolvedConnect (Edifier 2.1) Speakers to PC - has a Normal 3.5mm Single Jack ForumSolvedreplacing 6 ohm speaker with 8 ohm speaker Forum3.5 mm head phone jack to a speaker switch ForumReplacing DC Jack ForumBroken Headphone Jack, no speaker sound ForumSolvedComputer not connecting through ethernet port/jack ForumSolvedOutput computer audio (3.5mm jack) to landline telephone (RJ11)? ForumSpeaker jack not working ForumNo sound from laptop speaker and audio jack ForumIs the "Headphone/speaker out" jack in a laptop as good as a line-out? ForumSound or speaker can not detected by jack in my pc ForumSolvedHeadphone jack broken from excess force at abnormal angle speakers out ForumSpeaker jack not working More resources Read discussions in other Home Audio categories Headsets High-End Audio MP3 Players Pioneer Pro Audio Speakers Yamaha !