Nope. The "Digital Audio" port in the QuickSilvers was really a misnomer. It's just a powered analogue port. The Apple Pro speakers are just analogue speakers with a custom connector. I use this port on my QS with Paradigm home stereo speakers. I got an adapter from Griffin that lets you connect any home stereo speakers.<br><br>As for the speakers you mentioned - people don't seem to like them very much (see below) and I would be wary too of speakers that require drivers and a proprietary digital connector.<br><br>http://www.hardwareseeker.com/products/ba735/userreviews.html<br><br><br><br>
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