multi stereo from one soundcard

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Hello, please is possible connect multiple stereo speakers (instead 5.1 or 7.1) into soundblaster audigy se? I have two stereo HI-FI in two rooms, and I d like play music in both room at the same time. When I connect first stereo speakers into green output, second stereo into black output and set sound as 4/4,1 in windows, then play only green output. Test surround is ok for all four speakers, but music play only in stereo mode (green output).
I read many hours internet forums and found several software for DJ’s and other music creators, but everything is to big studios with very difficult control and too much functions, which i don’t need. Many people wrote about ASIO4ALL, but this is part of solution. Asio4all is program in-between manager and soundcard).
Don’t need 5.1 or 7.1 surroud speakers, but 2x identical stereo outputs.
Thanks
 
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Thanks sizzling for your answer. On other forums wrote, that the cable splitter reduce sound quality. Something about impedance and amplitude cliping.
 

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Whilst that is true it is worth trying. Chances are you haven’t matched the impedance of the Hi-Fi to the sound card anyway. On your average Hi-Fi you probably won’t notice a difference, if you are using high end equipment then the chances of noticing are greater.
 
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In living room I have Technics SU-610 New Class A with home made big 3-band reproboxes. Second speakers are Encore P-160-3D. Perhaps you are right and I won't notice difference. I'll try your solution.
 
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