Thanks to the posts, I understand I need a 3.5mm to RCA stereo cable to connect the amp to the computer. But I don't know how to connect the speakers to the amp. As you can see in the link for the speakers, the speakers come with cables that have a small metal extensions. I don't know where the extensions go or what cables to use in order to connect the speakers to the amp.
Thanks both of you for replying and thanks for reading my post.
dayton changed manufactures of the B652 speakers awhile ago... end user reports indicate that these new production models are significantly different (for the worse) than the previous well reviewed versions.
Polk Monitors (polk direct on ebay has some nice deals)
Micca Motion MB42 ($50~) on amazon
pioneer has some well reviewed bookshelf offerings
personally i would (and did) get a bit nicer t-amp (I have a SMSL SA-S3 which cost about $60 shipped came with a nice 4A power supply (the lepai has iffy (imho) build quality and comes with a terrible 2A power supply... it is advisable (at added cost) to replace the Power supply with a 5+ power supply.... however if you are going to do that might as well get a better t-amp to start with.
the Topping TP20 MKII ($70~ish on amazon) is also quite nice.
speaker wise ...I love used speakers my monitors are flanked by JBL L1 speakers I got for $40 (these cost about $800 new)
Thanks Atarione for informing me about Dayton and Batuchka for posting the video.
Atarione, I think I'll take your advice and get the SMSL SA-S3. I'm thinking of getting the Micca Motion MB42. (It's too bad makers of Dayton changed manufacturers. I'm guessing they would have sold a lot more speakers if they kept the same manufacturers.) Atarione, do you know how to connect speakers and computer to the SMSL SA-S3 amp? I think I need 3.5mm to RCA stereo cable to connect amp to computer. But how do I connect Micca Motion MB42 speakers to the amp?
Thanks Batuchka. I think I know how to connect speakers to Lepai. If I get a Lepai, I know who to contact (Parts Express) if I need to learn how to connect the Lepai.
then basically cut two length of wire (make them the same length about ~ long enough to get from t-amp to speakers (leave some extra length for working with and making connections and what not..) anyways strip a bit of wire on each end (say 1/4") unscrew one of the banana plugs (red goes on the wire w/ stripe) black on one without.... stick wire through whole a bottom spread wire out around edge of lower half of banana plug screw top piece on... do that for all for 4 ends of all the speakers / amp connections then plug the banana plugs into amp and speakers (red to red / black to black obviously?).