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PC Speaker

Hooking up a PC speaker in a case can be a pain. Some manufactures (like Antec, for example) no longer include a speaker as standard equipment for their cases. Others place the speaker in odd places, making it difficult to cable up. I came across this clever speaker component while perusing the forums over at AnandTech. It's a simple speaker attached to a short lead that connects directly to the speaker input on the motherboard. The leads are rigid, so it stays in place just above the input. I ordered several of them for the various PCs in my house. Good stuff.


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