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Speakers are electro-mechanical devices designed for the conversion of electrical waveforms into acoustic waves

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Any decent wireless transmitter will allow you to transmit line level audio. You nevertheless will need either powered loudspeakers at the receiving side, or a power amplifier plus passive loudspeaker …
answered Sep 12 '15 by audionuma
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There are sound cards with higher line out level, these are interfaces with a pro line out whose nominal level is + 4 dBu (compared to the -10 dBv of a consumer line out). That's around 1.2 V vs 0.3 V …
answered Jun 3 '18 by audionuma
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For this setup, you will need : an USB external audio interface that offers at least 3 analog outputs. Check that the chosen interface software driver is well supported on GNU/Linux/Ubuntu. a softwa …
answered Aug 27 '15 by audionuma
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You are probably trying to connect passive speakers to line out level outputs, therefore the low acoustic level. What you need is a four channels power amplifier with 4 ohms speakers outputs. …
answered Sep 12 '15 by audionuma