Question about Audio Players & Recorders
Attaching speakers to an under-powered amp won't DRAW too much power. And we're not talking about an amp here, we're talking about a PC which can
only provide enough juice for headphones. All it provides is Line Level (millivolts) output for an external amp to process.
The speakers are NOT self amplified. If they were they'd have batteries or wall power cords and RCA style input connectors.
What you will need is a replacement for the dead Sanyo electronics that can handle 4-ohm speaker loads. Then you can draw the output of your soundcard into IT with RCA cables..
Posted on Mar 19, 2010
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