a good amplifier is well said ,, and before connecting your speakers to PC look out that they are not too old ,, and the amplifier is of a good company so that it not backs the supply to computer and may harm your sound card
or if you have a spare deck (aka dibba) or music system, get a connector for using the lineout of your soundcard to the microphone/line-in of the deck (not the best way though... lot of harmonic distortions esp. if you use bad quality connectors)
Some new music systems (Sony/aiwa) have spdif as well as USB connectivity (gr8 quality).
btw, 100W RMS or PMPO?
If PMPO, dump them and get better speakers for your computer instead of all the hassle above
thank u frnds 4 ur suggestions.
but i was not able to wait 4 ur posts so what i did is as follows:
i opened my pc speakers, disconnected the wires to the original 4ohms speakers & the connected the ckt to my new 4 ohms speakers.they r sounding excellent compared to earlier pc speakers.
i just want to know is this a safe way to connect these speakers?
May b or may b not.
Coz theoretically it's not safe, ur PC speakers ckt may get damaged but practically, one of my friend is using his 330 W PMPO PC speaker ckt with 4 ohm theatre speakers for last 2 yrs & never faced any prob.