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#119303 27-May-2013 18:59
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Hi
Well it seems that I don't really understand how sound systems work.

So lets try again.

This is what I have....

My PC will have this sound card....ASUS Xonar DGX

I also have two of these in ceiling two way speakers...http://www.jaaudio.co.nz/products.php?sec=anytime4a4c300e11967&cat=anytime4a4c30cc1c11e&id=csv761686162

Now the way I understand it is that I need an amplifier between my sound card and the speakers...is this correct?

If it is the can anyone recommend a cheap amp that will do what I need?

I'm not after stunning quality sound...just something to listen to the odd song while doing the my paper work in the office.

Thanks
Richard

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  #826583 27-May-2013 19:41
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You'll need an amplifier, and you'll need to know what plugs you have coming out of your sound card, to plug into the amplifier.
Pretty simple.

Oh and in regards to a cheap amp, who knows what you'll need. The speakers aren't up to much, so almost any amp that can run a set of 8ohm speakers happily will be fine.

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