Help to connect speakers to pc

lvrbrd

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Hi, im having 2 speakers from an old sound system, can i connect them to my pc?
They have 2 wires coming out from them.
If i can, how to do it?
Thanks
 
Each amplifier lists these parameters - what speaker' impedance it supports, and what is power delivery over said impedance. Other factors are how many and what kind of inputs (phone, line/aux) are there, what is the frequency band supported (look for something at lest 40hz - 16kHz), what is the THD (this measures how precisely the amplifier duplicates the input), and probably - how it looks and sits with your other equipment.

You won't damage amplifier, or speakers, if it is rated for 4Ohms but your speakers are 6Ohms.
 

lvrbrd

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Thanks for your answer, how to choose the right one?
Heres what yit says on the back>
impedance: 6 ohm
input: 100W (music), 50W(DIN)
 
Each amplifier lists these parameters - what speaker' impedance it supports, and what is power delivery over said impedance. Other factors are how many and what kind of inputs (phone, line/aux) are there, what is the frequency band supported (look for something at lest 40hz - 16kHz), what is the THD (this measures how precisely the amplifier duplicates the input), and probably - how it looks and sits with your other equipment.

You won't damage amplifier, or speakers, if it is rated for 4Ohms but your speakers are 6Ohms.
 
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