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I only have the big speaker not 2 small ones that actually go with it so I'd like to know how to hook it up to my pc and what other speakers may be compatible

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Connect the sound card of the PC with a recommended amplifier and then connect your big speakers to the amplifier, you can get the big speakers working. Note that the amplifier watts must be in respect to the maximum watts of your big speakers. Either the amplifier should have more watts producing capacity than your speakers or should be of the same watts in order to give you full output volume.

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