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About ohh3nry

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  • Birthday June 30

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    A bit of gaming, a lot of hobbyist video editing.


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    B550 AM GAMING
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    32gb 3200mhz CL18
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    GTX 1060 6GB
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    Seasonic Focus GX-750W
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    Scythe Fuma 2
  1. That's what I had in my Amazon basket, good to know I was on the right track. Thanks
  2. I honestly can't remember if my IO has the 6 connectors or just 2. Don't have access to my PC this moment, but if it doesn't I'll assume my previous method of the splitter will work. I could live with that, I can't remember the last time I touched my volume knob on my current speakers. I guess I'll order that amp I mentioned earlier if I don't find anything in person tomorrow, along with the necessary cables + speaker wire.
  3. I'm not going lie, I don't know what 2/3 of what you said means. I don't know anything about audio. It should also be noted Id much prefer something on the smaller side, that I can keep on my desk. I don't really know what qualifies as a "normal" stereo receiver/amp but I'll check the local second hand stores. For reference I've been looking at amps like the Fosi Audio TB10A. What happens if I do this?
  4. I recently got some hand me down speakers, the bookshelves are the passive paradigm mini monitor v5's. They are 80 Watts and 8 Ohms. The powered sub is a paradigm PDR-10 v4. I am wondering how I should be setting them up to my PC. I'm having a hard time find an AMP that has a powered sub output that can drive the bookshelves aswell(at least one that isn't several hundred dollars), so I was wondering if I can just get a 2.0 channel amp then somehow use a splitter somewhere to get audio to the sub? I'm super clueless about this kind of stuff and don't want to screw something up and end up blowin