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.i am a proud owner of harmom kardon soudstick but for the past two years i have used and abused them and they have finnally died. i dont know of any other speakers that plug in through USB and i was wondering if regular speakers could plug into a headphone jack on my powerbook.
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sorry to hear your sticks have died. id be sad if that happened to mine. My friend plugs a set of speakers into his headphone jack on his iBook.
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I currently plug regular speakers into my headphone jack on my PowerBook G4 and it works great! Give it a try!
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your headphone jack is just a simple 'audio out' that needs a connector called stereo mini. 99% of PC speakers can be plugged in to that jack....just match up the plug size and you'll be all set...enjoy!
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I am using Altec lancing 640 i must say they know what they r making i never heard good quality like Altec lansing if u wann buy 2 then go for 620 or 640 with 4 speakers and 2 bass speakers. 620 got 1 base speaker.
just plug in Headphone output they r self powered. and remote aswell
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