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Hooking up 3 sets of speakers to a PC

I was wondering if it is possible to connect 2 Hi-Fis and 1 set of PC speakers to one PC. Currently I have one pair of Logitech Z-2300s, a Sony Hi-Fi, and a Creative Xmod. I connect the Creative X-mod to my computer using a USB. From here i currently have a headphone splitter connecting into the Creative x-mod output and i connect my Logitech Z-2300s to one of the slots in the headphone splitter and my Sony Hi-fi to the other slot in the headphone splitter. I was wondering if i could buy another headphone splitter and insert this headphone splitter into one slot in the headphone splitter already connected directly to my Creative xmod and then connect the speakers accordingly. Would this create a problem? Would i have to increase the volume on those speakers incredibly high to the point there would be static noise? Are there any other problems i should be aware of?

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It is possible for this to work, but you are likely to damage your sound card in the process.

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