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Old 30th July 2012, 04:30 AM   #1
Bcrary3 is offline Bcrary3  United States
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Default Increasing power in computer audio system.

I'm kinda new here so here's hoping I am posting in the right spot for this. I have a Logitech x540 speaker set, compatible with 5.1 sound, but the problem is, it's only about 75 watts. I am using a set of BlueSky exo speakers for the front which draw more power than the other two, and the back speakers are quiet o begin with, and I know it's possible to increase the wattage of the sub, but I have almost no backround in electronics, and was looking for some help to do this, I would like to take it up to 500watts if possible.

Thanks for the help in advance!

Also, I have an extra sub speaker that I would like to use and would it be possible to have a two speaker sub, and what the best way to construct a sidefiring box for it would be?
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