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August 16, 2012 12:36:42 PM

Hi everyone.
I need some help connecting speaker to my PC.
The problem is, that the speaker is using 2 pin din connector and I can't connect that to my PC. I need some help converting it to normal PC audio connector.
I got:
Speaker
2-pin Din connector
2 normal PC audio connectors

As I see, speaker have 2 channels.
1st wire- Connected to bass speaker and little speaker
2nd wire- Connected only to bass speaker

I've tried:
Wrapping wires around connector and plugged in PC- Didn't work
Putting "naked" wires in audio port- Didn't work
Wrapping 1st wire to green connector and 2nd wire to red connector (Around metal thing not wire) and plugging in PC- Didn't work too

I tried different settings in Realtek HD Audio Manager (Starting from Line-in to Side Speaker Out)

Link to pictures:
http://failiem.lv/u/wiblgen

Sorry for my bad at English, I'm Latvian.

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August 17, 2012 12:28:46 PM

Ehh... Fixed it!
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August 18, 2012 1:36:01 AM

So, whats the fix?

It may help the next geek : )
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August 18, 2012 10:41:49 AM

nikorr said:
So, whats the fix?

It may help the next geek : )


I took a closer look to speaker and I saw that 1 wire is cutted. Then I had a 2nd problem- Wire was too short to weld it together with second part. So I took wire from something else and wrapped them together. Then I melted metal a bit, so wire can't suddenly disconnect.
In other forum I found that speaker will only work with reciever, because PC isn't giving enough power.

Then I had an idea- I could power my speaker from subwoofer.
http://failiem.lv/viewer.php?i=jbhweav&n=Hmm.JPG

I only needed to change 2 Pin DIM connector to 3.5mm connector. I did it by wrapping 2 wires from speaker around 3.5mm connector(1 wire at middle of 3.5mm and 1 wire at bottom of connector).
http://failiem.lv/viewer.php?i=uthoshc&n=Connector.JPG

Then I connected speaker to my subwoofer and it worked! Speaker wasn't really good. I think it's because subwoofer isn't giving enough power and while melting wires I burnt a hole in speaker.
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August 18, 2012 10:48:17 AM

Cool : )
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August 18, 2012 10:48:38 AM

This topic has been closed by Nikorr
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August 18, 2012 10:50:20 AM

Best answer selected by Nikorr.
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