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Need sound card/speaker/sub interface help.

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Alright, i just got a pair of bx5a from m-audio and they only have the xlr+trs interface, what is the best way to hook them up to my xonar dx while maintaining left/right? I know I could get a male 1/8" -> x2 female 1/4" adapter and just plug it in, but that would just put the same audio over both speakers and not keep the left/right. Can you just get x2 female 1/4" -> male 1/8" adapters and assign left/right to different ports through the software? Just want to clarify before I buy em.

As for the sub interface, I will just get an RCA -> 1/8mm adapter. But the real question is what kind of converter will I need to power my Pioneer GM-D8500M Class-D Mono Amplifier via wall outlet...? I obviously know my car is DC and the wall is AC, but I know nothing about what the other specs I need are.
Edited by The_Hairy_Yak - 10/19/11 at 3:51pm
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common guys... someone has to know the answer to these questions.
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Alright, So I have found a partial solution to my problem. I need a 110v ac (wall outlet) to 12v DC converter rated at 30+ amps, anyone know where to find this??
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