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I would like to connect a pair of Apple Orb Speakers from my G4 to my iMac, but the jack from the orbs will not fit in the head phone socket. The jack on the Orbs which looks like a "RCA" will not fit into a standard audio jack. Does anyone understand what I'm trying to say/do and can they help or is it just not possible?
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I would like to connect a pair of Apple Orb Speakers from my G4 to my iMac, but the jack from the orbs will not fit in the head phone socket. The jack on the Orbs which looks like a "RCA" will not fit into a standard audio jack. Does anyone understand what I'm trying to say/do and can they help or is it just not possible?
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You need one of these: Premium 3.5mm Stereo Male to 2 RCA Female Cable
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@Fraidicat:

You not only cross posted (posted the same thread to two different forums) you also posted it twice to the wrong forum. Please do not cross post and also read our forum descriptions before entering your thread.

I've merged your posts together and placed them here in the correct forum.
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