Can you plug your computer speakers into your dvd player Tags: Speakers DVD Players Computers Audio Last response: January 13, 2012 10:43 AM in Home Audio Share twoulard January 13, 2012 1:08:08 AM I would like to use my dvd player as a CD player without using the TV. Can I plug computer speakers into the audio out jacks in the back of the DVD player? More about : plug computer speakers dvd player soundguruman January 13, 2012 10:43:08 AM yes m 0 l Can't find your answer ? Ask ! Publish Related resources Hello, i bought lg smart tv..and i got old lg surround system with 5 speakers n subwoofer n dvd player dated year 2011..is it Forum DVD player speakers as PC Sound Forum SolvedI don't have a external DVD drive to my computer can I connect my sony DVD player to my computer through the Ethernet cable an Forum I have 5 speakers & 1 sub how do i connect it to dvd player Forum If i plug speakers into my second monitor will they register on my computer? Forum weird whooping sound when i plug my z323 logitech speakers into computer?? Forum Can 5:1 PC speakers be connected to TV or DVD player? Forum Can PC speakers be connected to TV or DVD player? Forum what are good cheap 5.1 speakers for my dvd player Forum SolvedPlugging in speakers to both computer and tv. Forum get an old dvd player with only rca plugs to work with a new hd tv? Forum i can hear sound from youtube movie files but unable to hear audio from my movie or audio files in my computer or DVD player Forum SolvedSpeaker System 7.1 for dvd player Forum What kind of computer should I get for some gaming with a DVD player/burner? Forum SolvedBest allround Blu ray, DVD and CD player for a computer Forum DVD's for computer/DVD player Forum Is there a new unlocked cdrom/dvd player I can purchase for my computer? Forum Connection to speaker of DVD player Forum DVD player to computer screen Forum 3 volumes: computer, player, speakers Forum More resources Read discussions in other Home Audio categories Headsets High-End Audio MP3 Players Pioneer Pro Audio Speakers Yamaha !