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IBM speakers I am not sure what mo# they are. one is stampped 6292.... Date of manufacture ???? They have bass-treble-volume controls on front of left right spkr. on back it has (from top to bottom) audio in, sub, left, 12v dc. The question I have is if I can find just a sub do I need a stereo or mono end on it and does it need to have an amplifier in it or does theese speakers provide this ? Help me please, Mike

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Yes this speakers provides stereo and mono but we have adjust an additional cricuit to work properley...

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