4ohm 5W rms speakers. Can I use in pc

Apr 22, 2018
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Please help!! I have 4ohm and 5W rms philps speakers (MMS 2060D) from 2008 and want to use them in my PC. The speakers have rca red and white (black) wires. Can I use them by using a rca female to aux male convertor?
 

doolittle

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details about that model are elusive, but if they are powered and have a built-in amp yes that should work just fine. Otherwise the levels may be a bit low, but should work. If it's too low, getting a small amp should get the volume going nicely but with only 5W rms rating be weary of your volume levels or they may be damaged.
 

doolittle

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details about that model are elusive, but if they are powered and have a built-in amp yes that should work just fine. Otherwise the levels may be a bit low, but should work. If it's too low, getting a small amp should get the volume going nicely but with only 5W rms rating be weary of your volume levels or they may be damaged.
 
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