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My card has one TRS out and my monitors have two TRS in (right/left) which is the best setup for this? All ports are 1/4"

TRS - TS/RS
If I use a TRS split to TS/RS will it become unbalanced?

TRS - TRS/TRS
If I use a male TRS split to two female TRS then go male TRS-TRS x2 or TRS split to TRS/TRS will it become unbalanced?

If these cables even exist, or what is the best way to achieve this, or am I SOL and need two TRS out to two TRS in?

Please no 'You need new monitors or card with XLR' or anything else cause I don't have the $$ to buy new monitors and/or card

Thank you for your time

Also another question. If monitors are connected to AMP'd headphone jacks is this not good?
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