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  1. Best Way To Connect System

    Hi All, I'm putting together my home office / listening room sound system. This system will only be used for listening to music. Would greatly appreciate your input on the best way to connect these componets up to get the best sound possible. Here is what I have: * 2012 iMac * Onkyo 7.1 HT System * KRK Rokit8G2 (2 each) * Audioengine D1 DAC Is it possible to connect the KRK's to the iMac and have them work seamlessly with the Onkyo system or are there better ways to connect this system up? Do I need to get additional componets? Thanks!
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