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ARE ANY OF YOUR SOUND CARDS ACCESSIBLE THROUGH ONLY 2 SPEAKERS ON A HOME PC?

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Yup. of course you can add sound card for Two Speakers.
but you wont get some special effects with out an sub-woofer and Multi-channel sounds.otherwise you can add to boost up your sound performance.
go for Creative Sound cards

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