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Can get soundcard to work with my new studio speakers

Just recently bought a new pair of studio speakers.

2 quarter inch jacks from backs of speakers into the front of this soundcard. then usb connection into the computer. i cant get it to work for normal sound or my cubase sequencer.

please help!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
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