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Konfuze posted a topic in General ForumHello everyone I'm fairly new to all of this so I could use some help. I want to hook up some bookshelf speakers to my computer. So far I know that I would need an amplifier. I don't have the greatest budget for this but i'm thinking of buying. This, http://www.amazon.com/Onkyo-TX8020-TX-8020-Stereo-Receiver/dp/B00EE18O7W and use these speakers, http://www.amazon.com/Klipsch-R-15M-Bookshelf-Monitor-Speakers/dp/B00LMF41IY/ref=sr_1_1?s=electronics&ie=UTF8&qid=1463069169&sr=1-1&keywords=klipsh+r-15m So i'm thinking of connecting the amplifier with a optical digital audio cable from my computer and then connect the speakers to my amplifier. I don't have a soundcard on my computer but I do have an optical out on my motherboard. All I want is that I can listen to music and watch a movie on my computer with decent sound. Would this work I really have no idea but I would like some good audio instead of using headphones also in the near future I would like to add a subwoofer. If you need some more information just ask and i'll reply as soon as possible. Is this all possible? I hope someone can help me out here. Kind regards Michaël.
Hello guys, I am looking to buy speakers for my desk for the price range of 300£. The only speakers that I've looked up are the Focal XS 2.1 which cost 420£. I have read reviews about them and really want to buy them but the exceed my price range. I already have an M-Audio Firewire Solo sound card so I would someone to help me find speakers that are as good as the Focal's but without a built-in sound card. I listen to Jazz, Classical Rock and Soul mostly and all of my files are lossless format. I want speakers that can play my lossless music with perfection. Difficult really with my price range. If it really makes a big different I would spend up to 400£. Thanks in advance, Luke