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PC / speakers - advice needed on cabling

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Hi.

I am considering the following PC / speaker setup:

  • EVGA NU - Audio Card
  • 2 Audio Pro ADDON C10’s – Speakers

Using the line out (RCA L/R) connections on the audio card, what is the correct cabling arrangement such that a stereo output is achieved from the two speakers?

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ThumperWoo

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from the two speakers?

 

or to the two speakers?

 

and how far away are they?

 

and... do those speakers have their own internal amps?


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23 hours ago, Ralf11 said:

from the two speakers?

 

or to the two speakers?

 

and how far away are they?

 

and... do those speakers have their own internal amps?

From the audio card to the two speakers; the ADDON C10 is an active type. 

What I was looking for was one C10 speaker being the right channel, and the other C10 the left - not each speaker providing a stereo sound. Is this possible?

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3 minutes ago, ThumperWoo said:

From the audio card to the two speakers; the ADDON C10 is an active type. 

What I was looking for was one C10 speaker being the right channel, and the other C10 the left - not each speaker providing a stereo sound. Is this possible?

Run an RCA splitter cable from the left output to both inputs on one speaker and another from the right output to the inputs on the other speaker.

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