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Hi there, assuming that your onboard sound card is capable of 5.1 output, you would need three of those y-cables (adapters) that go from 1/8" stereo to two RCA jacks to connect to your coby csp96. Each pair would represent a n audio channel to correspond to the one on your coby csp96. If you don't want the 5.1 output option, or you sound card doesn't have that capability, you can just buy one y-cable and plug it in the green output and connect it to your coby system. Make sure you get one or three with a long enough cable to reach from your computer to the surround sound system.
Posted on Dec 15, 2010
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