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HI, I am wondering if there is anyway I can use speakers hat connect using those "copper wires" to my mac. Is there any adapter I should buy, or is it not possible?
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You simply need an amp

Connect the Speakers to the amp and a 2x phono to 3.5mm headphone jack cable to connect the amp to the mac.

Its he set-up I have, Macbook to Cambridge Audio amp to Pioneer speakers

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