All right, so I have a fair few of the parts I need. I have the speakers I need for my PC front, I have a Jupiter Electronics voice box, and I have a lot of wire. What I need to do is to set up the speakers in such a way that the voice box lights up when they play sound. I can do the individual sound card set ups as well as the PC automation stuff, but the signal from my line out isn't strong enough to trip my voice box. Do I need an amp, will it hurt my laptop speakers (literally from a laptop, Toshiba Satellite, brand new machine destroyed by someone's stupidity) and if so, where to find it? I can handle solder it yourself stuff just fine. Just need to know what I need here. For comparison purposes, the voice box I have is normally run by a car stereo system. So I'm guessing that it needs some amping. The maker said that he'd had luck from people off their PC sub, but KITT's voice is rather high. The front setup will only be used to play voice clips, so there won't be a sub at all.
Help me Obi-Wan Kenobi, you're my only hope (in a manner of speaking.)