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Hey,

I'm going to be pairing Logitech Z906 speakers with a Creative Sound Blaster Recon3D Fatal1ty Professional PCIe sound card.

I will also be using Astro A40 headsets, what is the best way to get the best audio quality out of both, without having to switch between the two by plugging and unplugging at the back. I hear all this talk of optical cables for audio and so on and its so confusing, could someone please explain
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Hey,

I'm going to be pairing Logitech Z906 speakers with a Creative Sound Blaster Recon3D Fatal1ty Professional PCIe sound card.

I will also be using Astro A40 headsets, what is the best way to get the best audio quality out of both, without having to switch between the two by plugging and unplugging at the back. I hear all this talk of optical cables for audio and so on and its so confusing, could someone please explain
To be honest with you, that sound card is way more than those Logitech speakers will need tongue.gif
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If you connect the Z906 to the sound card via optical cable then getting a sound card is useless.
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