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Connecting speaker cables to my macbook

I want to connect some large speakers via speaker cables into my macbook. is there a way i can do this?

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Yes this is completely doable but It's going to need another piece of equipment to do thsi well.
If you have a stereo reciever, you can run a mini stereo to RCA cable in hooked to the AUX in .. Or if you have amplified computer speakers , you can use the lines out to the speaker to hook to your monster speakers...but to run large speakers, you've got to amplify the signal...

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