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Connecting RCA RT2770 to PC

Can I use RCA RT2770 home theatre system as PC speakeers? I can't figure out how to connect them. System was a refurb I bought from WOOT while still under anesthesia following surgery... Dumb, I know.....

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Yes. Take the output from the sound card and connect it to one of the tape inputs. Note: you should use the "line out" jack for this.
Dan

Posted on Mar 27, 2008

  • David Barkhouse Oct 05, 2010

    Or, if your sound card on your computer has a connector labelled as "COAX" you can plug it into the matching one on the receiver, or, if your sound card has the "Digital Optical Out" option (such as my sound card has, though the receiver I'm using for my computer is NOT the RCA RT2770, but rather a Yahoo! YHT400 that only has the analogue inputs) Anyway...the RT2770 *should* work with your sound card, if you make one of the connections described by either Abrsvcs or myself. The connection Abrsvcs mentions requires the use of a "3.5mm to RCA" patch cable. Which, until about 3 years ago, I didn't know there were commercially available ones, and would make my own using a cable from an old pair of headphones and the female end of an RCA extension cable...

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