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Soundcard Compatibility

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Hello, I was wanting to set up a Home audio amp that was connected to my TV and computer. I was wanting to know if any of the soundcards are able to output their sounds to such devices successfully. I was planning on buying the Logitech X-530, but Im not sure that those speakers would work on the Audio Amp. The speakers aside however, would I be able to hook up a 5-7:1 soundcard to a Home audio AMP.

Heres a link to an example of AMP Im talking about.
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Yes you can hook any sound card up to a stereo amp easily.
You will need a mini-jack to 2 x phono (male) cable. See the example below.


You plug the mini jack into the line out (or speaker output) of your soundcard. The phono plugs connect to the amp. You can use the AUX, CD, TUNER or TAPE inputs on the amp for this.
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