#1
I don't know how to connect these

http://www.musiciansfriend.com/product/Fostex-PM1-MKII-Active-Nearfield-Studio-Monitors-Pair?sku=600685

to this

http://www.musiciansfriend.com/product/Boss-BR600-Digital-Recorder?sku=241151


what kind of cable(s) do i need? do i need to buy any additional equipment to connect them?
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#2
w00t...i have the same machine....

but im not 100% sure on this,

u know the in.out aux. at the top of it?

try to find a matching chord to that, if that doesnt work, there has to be some kind of an adapter, im not sure dude i just use the headphones
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#3
the br-600 is great, isnt it?

do you mean the red and white cables (RCA) at the top that say "Line Out"? the only adaptors i could find from RCA are ones that go from RCA into 1/4" jacks. these monitors are XLR/TRS.... which i have never even heard of.

yeah until i figure this out im also using headphones... which is a big mistake for final mixes
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#4
Use 1/4" cables into a DI box, then run an XLR to the monitors. Should work.
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#5
From the pictures I see two 1/4" jacks on the back. I'm not familiar with the unit, are those inputs or outputs?

Either way, line out is what you want. If the unit doesn't offer balanced outs then I wouldn't call it a good machine.
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From the pictures I see two 1/4" jacks on the back. I'm not familiar with the unit, are those inputs or outputs?


Those are Mic inputs. It comes with an XLR-1/4" apaptor
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#7
I don't know the first thing about impedance matching (or if it matters here), but I would go

RCA -> 1/8" (3.5mm) -> 1/4" (7mm) -> XLR/TRS (are these those cables with the blue connectors?)

All of those can be connected via some sort of adapter, but be warned that 1/4" -> XLR are pretty expensive, like $16 at RadioShack.