Need help setting up my speaker?

Hello all,
I recently brought the Logitech Z323 speaker as it was recommended by a friend, and I'm having trouble setting it up to the back of my motherboard, the Asus Maximus VI Hero. How do I do so in the easiest and best way?
Many thanks,
Phaydze

Pictures of back ports of Speakers and MOBO:

Speakers: http://img.misco.eu/Resources/images/Modules/InformationBlocks/1210/LOG/LOG-Q/Q194165-Logitech-Z323-Speakers-lineouts02-kb.jpg

MOBO: http://www.asus.com/media/global/products/9JB5jBpArfvcpcNi/tQ17ASVqQxtydhLl_500.jpg
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  1. This is the wrong forum but you would most likely need a Audio jack to RCA adapter (unless the speakers came with one) but you can get them from Amazon for $10. You would plug the adapter to the green port on your motherboard which is a standard speaker port for most speakers.
  2. Sorry for this being in the wrong forum. Will that setup give me 2.1 surround?
  3. 2.1 is considered stereo not surround. but yes, you need an rca adapter (basically plugs into the red and white, and goes to a headphone jack like you would plug into your iphone)
  4. stereo means 2 channels (left and right speakers) while the .1 is the subwoofer.
    4.1 would be front left, front right, back left and back right, with the subwoofer,
    5,1 adds a center speaker to 4.1
    7.1 adds two more speakers to the side usually
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