|11 Mar 2010||#1|
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I was hooking up my new speakers today, and I (by accident) connected a 3.5mm audio jack into a 3.5mm out, meaning, the port that is a 3.5mm out, should only be connected to SPEAKERS or anything that will OUTPUT sound, if that makes sense.
However, I inserted a 3.5mm jack that was a SOURCE of sound, not speakers.
I don't think this would really do anything, but, it doesn't hurt to ask. I have no way of finding that kind of answer on google, at least not that I know of.
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