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Do I have to attach the monitor outputs of the pr0 q-10 to an external mixer to hear what is being played on the computer or should the pro q-10 play through the computer "audio out"? I have a gigabyte ga-p35-ds3r/s3r board (realtek audio onboard)

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Yes, you have to connect the monitor outs to a mixer (or directly to your monitors) to hear. It is a totally separate sound card than what is coming out of your audio out port. Anyway, you'll get much better sound quality from the monitor outs.

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