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How i use Speaker

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I am Cia.I have Speakers of JVC HXZ1 but i have not music player.I want to use speakers with my TV or Laptop.Can i attach that with my TV or Laptop? If yes, how can i do this?Please help me.
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You will need an amp strong enough to power them, then the plugs to connect it, usually RCA. A car amp will easily power them.

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