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How to connect Sony DAV-DZ530 5.1 surround speakers to Mac Book pro???


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Hello mac geeks,

I recently bought a Sony DAV-DZ530 5.1 DVD player, i would like to connect the speakers to my MBP. Could anyone suggest me how can i do this? What amplifier, audio interface (or what ever the term) i should buy? The Sony speakers dont have wires with normal green, red, yellow pins but its just have open end to connect to the DVD player. I wonder how should i connect this with my MBP which has only one headphone outlet???

Your suggestions much appreciated.

Cheers!
Kif
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