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How could I connect two logitech z906 speakers to my PC?

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January 16, 2014 4:47:17 PM

Is that even possible,hookng up those two to my pc?
January 16, 2014 4:52:31 PM

The z906 is a 5.1 setup


Are you looking to hook up two sets of these, or just two out of the bunch?
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January 16, 2014 6:15:17 PM

I want to hook up two sets of these.
And it will work with that splitter on my pc?
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January 16, 2014 6:17:20 PM

Vlad123 said:
I want to hook up two sets of these.
And it will work with that splitter on my pc?


Pretty much any splitter will work. But unless these are in two different rooms, it may actually sound 'worse'.
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January 16, 2014 6:22:56 PM

Why would it sound worse? Ive got some money so I was thinking of buying another set,i just want more sound and bass.
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January 16, 2014 6:38:10 PM

Vlad123 said:
Why would it sound worse? Ive got some money so I was thinking of buying another set,i just want more sound and bass.


Competing/negating sound waves. For instance, the two subs will be putting out the same low-freq waves. Will probably sound very muddied.

More speakers != more/better sound, unless they are designed that way and are getting the correct signals.

Unless you are in a very large room, a single 5.1 setup is plenty. And if in a very large room, just adding another duplicate 5.1 setup off a typical splitter will sound like crap.
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January 16, 2014 6:48:05 PM

So what would you recommend me to do?
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January 16, 2014 7:04:47 PM

Vlad123 said:
So what would you recommend me to do?


That depends on what you want to do, and what is lacking in the current setup?

Maybe a good quality sound card, maybe a better set than that Logitech, maybe a full standalone receiver and proper 5.1 setup (not PC speakers).
What do you perceive is lacking? How big is the room?

Just adding another similar 5.1 setup, powered from a so-so audio out on the motherboard, off a 3.5mm splitter, may make the thing sound worse.
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January 16, 2014 7:34:00 PM

Hmm,im not really sure,noting lacks with this setup,have it for like 6-7 months,but it just got boring and not loud enough for me lol, a sound card would not be a bad idea.
Heard its a different sound with one,which one would u recommend? And you were very helpfull,thank you very much :) 
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January 16, 2014 8:05:08 PM

Which sound card? No recommendations, because I don't use one. The Dell 5.1 off the PC is fine for what it is, and for real audio, the Onkyo receiver into a proper 5.1 system is far better.
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January 16, 2014 8:13:38 PM

Half of the stuff stuff I never heard of,but anyhow you helped alot,will think about it all,thank you.
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January 22, 2014 6:36:30 PM

If you're looking for more bass, and louder, clearer sound, just get a 5.1 receiver off ebay or craigslist. A good quality one, and then pick up some good speakers to suite it.
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