Digital Connections Some newer LCD monitors use a digital video interface (DVI) connection instead of the older VGA-type connection. If you have a choice, a DVI connection delivers a crisper picture than the older analog connection—although a DVI cable is a bit more expensive than a VGA cable. ■
O Connect the green phono cable from your main external speaker to the audio out or sound out connector on your system unit; connect the other end of the cable to the speaker.
ir^l Connect one end of your printer's USB cable to a USB port on the back of yoursystem unit; connect the other end of the cable to your printer.
Connect one end of your computer's power cable to the power connector on the back of ^^ your system unit; connect the other end of the power cable to a power source.
^^ Connect your printer, speakers, and other powered external peripherals to an appropriate power source.
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