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Join Date: Mar 2009
Location: Grand Rapids, MI
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Yep. Just split the signal. And then turn your volume on your computer up and match the speakers and sub, and then from then on, use your computer volume.
For a sub, get the Pioneer SW-8. Has very good SQ for a budget sub and is only $69 shipped at Newegg at the moment. Certainly, the PSW10 is a little bigger, but not known for great SQ.
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