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what connectors are on that amp?

I use a old amp with my pc
I connect it to my pc with a rca to 3.5mm trs jack
Edited by 3dfxvoodoo - 8/12/11 at 2:50pm
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There are no connection on the back, just the wires for the speakers and one cable that connect the two block together and antena for radio and i think some kind of grounding cable.

I have tried connecting the 3.5 mm Jack (two male)


to my PC nothing, and I have no Female 1.2 mm connection on my Mobo.After 6 month I will get a new sound card.

Any ideas.
Edited by Lord Mirko - 8/13/11 at 10:02pm
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if that old amp doesn't have a line in/rca in/optical in or whatever you won't be able to connect it to your computer
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Nice one M1nUrThr3t, its cheap and good looking, one question though, is the wattage right so the speakers doesn't blow into my face.

My old speakers are 2 x 50 w,I have two which means 50 w per speakers(i think), would this box be enough.

Also is there any good wire because mine is c***, with good isolation, against any interference.Thanks.
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Originally Posted by Lord Mirko View Post
Nice one M1nUrThr3t, its cheap and good looking, one question though, is the wattage right so the speakers doesn't blow into my face.

My old speakers are 2 x 50 w,I have two which means 50 w per speakers(i think), would this box be enough.

Also is there any good wire because mine is c***, with good isolation, against any interference.Thanks.
the link I gave is actually only a 20 watt amp, so you dont need to worry about the blowing up in your face. I do gotta say though that you will not want to crank the amp up all the way just to make your speakers "louder".

When pushed to their limits amps will begin to create distortion which is bad for your speakers.

I would recommend this as a temp setup til you can invest into something a little better. such as a more powerful amp and nicer bookshelf speakers, but with what your wanting I would def get that amp for those speakers. All should work nicely.

Also for some speaker wire, I would get some nice 16 gauge wire from your local electronics store or order some off line.
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