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Speakers I would like to connect 2 additional speakers. How and what spec. speakers can I use?

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Your system not being a real powerhouse to begin with, I'd find the most efficient speakers available (read: small) and cable each channel like the picture near the bottom of this link...

http://wolfstone.halloweenhost.com/Audio/audcon_ConnectingAudio.html

The two points at the left are your speaker terminals. Plus on top, Minus below.

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