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Can I dual-sub woofer my computer speakers?


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Peptobismol165

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Hello!
I'm just curious, Can I dual sub-woofer my computer speakers?
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That's impossible to answer with you telling us absolutely nothing about current speakers, their connections or capabilities. :D

http://support.micro...kb/555375/en-us

That said, I doubt it because most computer speakers have all the amplifier electronics in the subwoofer. So it is not likely your system has an output to feed another subwoofer.
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Well I'm getting new speakers (Logitech Z680 5.1 Computer Speakers) and my current speakers are the Logitech Z-4 2.1 Speaker System.
I want to hook up my New speakers with my old speakers to create a 7.1 system. (Hopefully a 7.2 system!)
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Well, much of that would depend on the outputs provided by the sound card. If you want 7.1, I recommend you buy a 7.1 speaker system. Since bass is pretty much omni-directional, if you get a good one to start, you don't need 2.
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