Question can you and an amplifier to pc speakers that have internal amps

Jimmy Currire

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this is a general question not rig specific...

I have a pair of high-end Klipsch desktop speaks. I am wondering if I can use them on PC while adding an amplifier to boost sound? I know these speakers have an internal amp already so is this possible?

FREQUENCY RESPONSE 45-25kHz +/- 3dB SENSITIVITY 96dB @ 2.83V / 1m POWER HANDLING (CONT/PEAK) 100W/400W NOMINAL IMPEDANCE 8 Ohms Compatible CROSSOVER FREQUENCY 1500Hz HIGH FREQUENCY DRIVER 1” Titanium LTS Vented Tweeter with Hybrid Cross-Section Tractrix® Horn LOW FREQUENCY DRIVER 6.5” Cerametallic Cone Woofer ENCLOSURE MATERIAL MDF ENCLOSURE TYPE Bass Reflex via rear-firing Tractrix® Port INPUTS Dual binding posts/bi-wire/bi-amp HEIGHT 15.69” (39.9 cm) WIDTH 7.95” (20.2 cm) DEPTH 11.85” (30.1 cm) WEIGHT 16 lb (7.3 kg) FINISH Ebony, Walnut, Piano Black ACCESSORIES Rubber Feet (8) BUILT FROM 2018
 

Jimmy Currire

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You can add as many amplifiers in the chain as needed.

Although you may want to consider using an external DAC and amp combo for the best results.
I'm not sure if I follow everything I find online says using active speakers with amps are no no right now my active power speakers are connected to my motherboards onboard audio if I was to buy a DAC amp combo could I use those active speakers or do I need passive speakers
 

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