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    What are the way to connect these speakers

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    You do not need an amplifier. They have one built in. I think you just need an RCA to mini-jack cable to connect them.

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    Thats what suspected. Cheers.

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    No problem. The 40 in the name is there for the 2x20 watt built in amp I am guessing.

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    Yea, you just need the RCA jacks. If you look at the other picture and zoom in, you can see the inputs.

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    Use an Interface! you'll get better quality!

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