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Firehawk out to Speakers?

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Hi,

 

This is probably a rather basic/dumb question, but I'm looking at the Firehawk for home practice/basic living room sound levels. I would want to set the Firehawk up as with the Amplifi TT - to either a pair of (active?) stereo speakers or through an existing stereo system. I don't want to run to a mixer/PA/amp.  

 

What is the best way of doing this? Can the XLR or 1/4 inch outs do that with no problems, or would it be better to run active speakers from the headphone out?

 

Any advice appreciated!

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If it's a home stereo system, you might have an easier time getting the right adapters to just use the headphone out. You would just need a cable like this (assuming you're stereo system has RCA aux ins): http://www.sweetwater.com/store/detail/TRS202?adpos=1o1&creative=54989267161&device=c&matchtype=&network=g&gclid=CK-j77uepscCFYM9aQod5MABmg

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I'm looking at the Firehawk for home practice/basic living room sound levels. I would want to set the Firehawk up as with the Amplifi TT - to either a pair of (active?) stereo speakers or through an existing stereo system.

 

Just set the FireHawk FX to Line Output mode as described below and use 1/4" Phone to RCA adapter cable and feed the FireHawk FX 1/4" Outputs in stereo to the RCA Phono jack "Line Input or spare Stereo DVD Stereo Audio input on your home Stereo receiver  

 

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