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Using Mac Book Pro with external speakers


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I want to run a Mac Book Pro (15 in) through good powered speakers (specifically Mackie Thump) and get the best possible sound and volume.

The Mac Book has a headphone out port. The Mackie accepts line-level signals. Do I need some kind of interface or will the sound be good just hooking up directly?
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