I am needing to plug my Dell MMS 5650 speakers into a new soundcard. Being a non-Dell soundcard it does not have the input jacks color coded (yellow, black, green). So I just need to know what portion of the 5.1 surround speaker system (front surround speakers, rear surround speakers, center/subwoofer) the colored wires (yellow, black, green) support.
Dell support could not help me much with this one. The third party hardware threw them off. I don't think they understood the question.
There is no Dell manual listed for that model speaker.
However, on most, Green is the "speaker", Black is surround and Yellow is Center/Low Frequency.
What sound card do you have that doesn't follow the "standard" color coding?
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I have a dimension C521 Dell, How do i connect the (Model MMS5650 subwoofer) to my computer? the 3 wirers yellow, black and green?
You don't because the C521 does not have 5.1 sound output. You could attach the speaker output to a splitter. Then plug the yellow and green and black plugs into it.
They are made by samsung. Dell part number is j7331
i got a sound program that made mt mic and other input into speaker output if i remember right it was something like sound spectrum maybe not but there is something out there that will do that