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    fidelio-ds3020_05 as a pc speaker

    Hi everybody,
    I was wondering if I can use the Fidelio ds 3020/05 as a speaker for my PC when it is connected through the USB cable and not only as a synchronization tool for my ipod.
    Is it possible?

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    i dont have this product. i hv DS8550 .
    cant use USB cable, but it can do that through AUX in cable (by pack)

    so sometimes, i watch some TV show using my notebook, the sound is just superb

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    Hi robydrupo,

    If you want to use your Fidelio DS3020 as a speaker just simply use a 3.5mm aux in cable (same as headphone jack cable). Connect this to your headphone out socket on your PC/ Laptop and connect to the 3.5mm jack on the dock.

    With regards to using USB, this functionality is for synchronisation only with iTunes on your PC so you will not be able to use the USB connection for speaker purposes.

    Hope this helps!

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    Thanks Kwinnie and Andrea, really useful.

    Andrea the 3.5mm aux cable is in the box right?

    Thanks!

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    Yes robydrupo,

    The 3.5mm AUX- in cable should be supplied with the DS3020!

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