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Jul 22, 2008, 8:00 PM
currently i have a computer that can do up to doby
7.1 and im using speakers to do 5.1 but recently they have been fading in and out... they are 5 years old so im not surprised.
i want to replace them and i have 4 very nice Cambridge Soundworks
speakers but they are for a home audio system.
so my question is and there some sort of amp that i can buy to use them for my computer or do i have to but a full out receiver? or are there any other suggestions?
Jul 22, 2008
Jul 22, 2008, 8:14 PM
A bog standard stereo amp will do just use the 'AUX' or the 'Tape' input.
Jul 22, 2008, 8:39 PM
Something like a refurbished Onkyo would do great.
(it's even cheaper when you log in / sign up)
Add a center and a budget sub and you're set (if you want 5.1).
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