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What speaker cable do I connect? (AUX, RCA, etc.)

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1 minute ago, Dawon said:

Is it different from a regular 3.5mm jack? 

Thats a normal 3.5mm jack, it will plug into the back of your pc.

I have the mobo MSI Mag B550 Tomahawk that has "Coaxial s/pdif" but I don't understand what type of speaker cables to buy to connect it, rca cables, aux/3.5mm, etc.? 

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What are you connecting it to?

 

THere are optical audio cables for spdif, and coax rca cables for digitial coax audio.

 

But go hdmi if you can for audio.

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the question is what do you want to connect to the motherboard ?

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2 minutes ago, Electronics Wizardy said:

What are you connecting it to?

 

THere are optical audio cables for spdif, and coax rca cables for digitial coax audio.

 

But go hdmi if you can for audio.

I want it mostly for gaming and music, nothing much. 

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Just now, Dawon said:

I want it mostly for gaming and music, nothing much. 

but what are you connecting it to? What speaker or amp?

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5 minutes ago, Haraikomono said:

the question is what do you want to connect to the motherboard ?

You mean what cables do I want to connect to the motherboard? 

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1 minute ago, Dawon said:

You mean what cables do I want to connect to the motherboard? 

yes, or what device specifically you want to connect

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3 minutes ago, Electronics Wizardy said:

but what are you connecting it to? What speaker or amp?

Logitech's z333 speakers

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3 minutes ago, Haraikomono said:

yes, or what device specifically you want to connect

Logitech's z333 speakers, a simple one

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1 minute ago, Dawon said:

Is it different from a regular 3.5mm jack? 

Thats a normal 3.5mm jack, it will plug into the back of your pc.

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