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How do I connect my laptop to my home theatre system?

How do i connect to listen to songs? The home theatre system has a USB port.

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  • kanee Feb 27, 2009

    i want to connect 5.1 home theatre to laptop, home theatre have 6 jacks and laptop have only one jack, how do i connect?

  • larink Mar 02, 2009

    I have HP Pavillion DV5 and Phillips DVP 2000 Home Theater System

  • rohandhanraj Apr 10, 2009

    Using the adapter which splits the headphone jack into two phono will only make 2 speakers work. How do we get the 5.1 to work?


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The best idea would be to get an audio interface, providing that your home theatre has an IN such as left and right phono. hese can be found for around 60 GBP. A chaeper alternative would be to buy and adapter which splits headphone to phono although an audio interface would allow you to send sound from you theatre in to your laptop as well.

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You can purchase converter single jack to 5.1. its available at electronic show rooms.....in hyderabad anand bazar we get that.........

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