Sure you can, but it‘s an IEC Class I device probably without ground lift, so if you connect them to another earthed device with an unbalanced connection you will create a ground loop. Laptops and smartphones etc. are fine, with a desktop PC you‘ll likely run into that issue.Just read the manual and they say you can use XLR, TRS or TS.
Personally, I’d rather not have this playing below 600 or 700 Hz. And 6KHz to 10 KHz is not stellar. The off-axis behavior is reasonable. I wouldn’t want to pay list. Too many better alternatives. At ca.$120 it’s best to grab it fast. Give it to the kids. With a sub that plays to 500Hz.
I have a suspicion on good authority that they landed in the UK for sixty quid the pair (maybe nearer a ton now). No dealer margin so not £499 inc VAT as they'd otherwise be
What sound card do you have? I’ve never seen seperate 3.5 outs for left and rightThank you.
But would I not need two of these, since the sound card has separate outputs for Left and Right?