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rbp45

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My MOBO is ASUS M4A88TD-M EVO/USB3, There is 7 audio interface port to connect, as shown below

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1) Now I want to know which Brand/model speaker is supported Optical S/PDIF_OUT PORT.
2) Which Brand/model speaker for 6, 7, 8, 9, 10, port ? I mean speaker direct connect to MOBO rear port, not through Ampelefire. Is there audio sys to connect these port without amp ?
As per MOBO's Manual
6 for Center/ Subwoofer
7 for Rear speaker
8 for line in port
9 for line out port
10 for microphone

My actual quasion is here
Suppose a 5.1 speaker set connection from rear of MOBO, first I connect subwoofer to no.6 port, rear speaker for no.7 port, but there is onther problem generally 2 speaker for rear, how can I use this single port for 2 rear speaker ? Than how to connect other speaker ?
If it is not for these connections than why mnf of MOBO given these port e.g. no.6 for subwoofer ?

My current speaker Logitech Z623 is from no.9 port & working wel.
 
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rbp45

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As per my MOBO manual, no.2 port for s/pdif. Now advice me from Your experience that, which band/model speaker can interface this port.


Normal way- no.9 (lime) port using for P/C speaker (2.1 , 5.1 etc). These speaker contains inbuild Amplifire, and from that Amplifire connect to sub & mid.
But many MOBO have 7 Audio-port including S/PDIF and their manual say's that no.6 for subwoofer, no.7 for rear speaker. Now can you say which Band and model speaker 'plug & play' from these 6 & 7 port ? Also I want to know that from where I will connect front speaker ? In manual no.11 port for side speaker. Is it mean front speaker ?
 
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mithun_mrg

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6& 7 no. ports are sub & rear output resp. ideally if u plugin a 5.1 speaker u use the 9,6&7 for front,sub & rear output resp. if u use 2.1 then 9 only & port 11 is used for 7.1 setup side speakers 8 & 10 r line in & microphone resp.
 

MegaMind

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As per my MOBO manual, no.2 port for s/pdif. Now advice me from Your experience that, which band/model speaker can interface this port.
The Logitech Z-5500 has both digital optical and coaxial inputs..

Normal way- no.9 (lime) port using for P/C speaker (2.1 , 5.1 etc). These speaker contains inbuild Amplifire, and from that Amplifire connect to sub & mid.
But many MOBO have 7 Audio-port including S/PDIF and their manual say's that no.6 for subwoofer, no.7 for rear speaker. Also I want to know that from where I will connect front speaker ? In manual no.11 port for side speaker. Is it mean front speaker ?
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Connecting 2.1/headphone :
Use port 9, select stereo/headphone in audio control panel.

Connecting 4.0/4.1 :
Use port 9 as front & port 7 as rear, select 4 channel in audio control panel.

Connecting, 5.1 :
Use port 9 as front, port 6 as centre+sub & port 7 as rear, select 6 channel in audio control panel.

Connecting, 7.1 :
Use port 9 as front, port 6 as centre+sub, port 11 as side speaker & port 7 as rear, select 8 channel in audio control panel.

I hope u got it... :)
 
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rbp45

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Many-Many Thanks to YOU for your instruction with image.

Now I want to connect Acoustimass® 3 Series IV Stereo Speaker 2.1 System (Acoustimass® 3 Series IV Stereo Speaker System)

According to your instruction I have to connect 2 front speaker for port no.9 but how can I use 2 speaker in single port ? For sub no problem if I connect to port no.6 .
These speaker not inbuild Amplifire like my Logitech Z623 , will this Acoustimass® 3 work from MOBO ? If work than how much rms(watt) can deliver ?
 
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MegaMind

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According to your instruction I have to connect 2 front speaker for port no.9 but how can I use 2 speaker in single port ? For sub no problem if I connect to port no.6 .
These speaker not inbuild Amplifire like my Logitech Z623 , will this Acoustimass® 3 work from MOBO ? If work than how much rms(watt) can deliver ?

U should add a Receiver for Acoustimass 3 ...
 
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