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Audio output Can I hook up my Koss Theatre system so that I can improve the audio quality on my computer voice output, say, using audacity or any other audio app?

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You should be able to connect any pc to any home stereo device. you will need a special cable to connect them though. usually a local radio shack or circuit city type store will be able to help you. You will need a " Stereo Headphone to Stereo RCA " cable. ask someone at the store for one of these, explain what you are trying to do, and they will likely be able to help you as well. after you get this cable you can simply plug your computer into the back of the Speaker amplifier (usually called aux or line1) where there will be a red and white plug. set your amplifier to the Aux input and listen away.

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I assume you want your audio to go to the Koss.

The audio connectors are pretty much standard; red & white. They should be the same on both units.

The red=right channel and white=left.
The proper output from the TV is probably marked 'Line out' and 'Line in' on the Koss.
These are normally an auxiliary input and may be marked either 'Line' or 'Aux' on your input selector.

You may have gotten some of these cables with your Koss and if not, they are available wherever TV/stereo stuff is sold.

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