|06 Jan 2012||#2|
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You don't need a sound card to have speakers.
You don't need a sound card to listen to speakers if those speakers are not connected to your PC.
If the speakers are connected to your PC and you want to listen to them, yes, you need a working sound card or integrated sound chip.
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