Rear audio panels

Aman001

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Can Speakers be used in Blue Audio panel ? (or will it harm the speakers ?)
Rear green panel is not working.
 
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The blue audio connector is an input so you can't use it as an output. Use the front audio output if you have one or get a soundcard.
The only speakers you can connect directly to a computer are self powered or very small ones that work with the same amount of power as a pair of headphones. All other require an amplifier. You can bypass the audio output of the PC if you use a USB DAC or DAC amplifier.

AmanS_9

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MERGED QUESTION
Question from AmanS_9 : "Rear and Front Audio panels"

My CPU's front Green audio panel (for headphones) does not work and Rear Green audio panel is recognized as front panel in realtek sound manager. Should I use the back green panel ?
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Can I use my speakers in Rear blue audio panel or will it harm the speakers ?
 
The blue audio connector is an input so you can't use it as an output. Use the front audio output if you have one or get a soundcard.
The only speakers you can connect directly to a computer are self powered or very small ones that work with the same amount of power as a pair of headphones. All other require an amplifier. You can bypass the audio output of the PC if you use a USB DAC or DAC amplifier.
 
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