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Computer sound output devices

Please I need your help in the following issue:

i want to use sound from computer through home theatre equipment, when i tried this I am not getting the correct sound clarity. Please give me the solutions for this.

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  • van8977 Aug 16, 2008

    I badly need your assistance to solve this problem this is my long time wish to hear the sound of internet streaming radio through my home theatre system with good clarity.

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The sound you get would depend on the sound card from your computer. In general you can use the standard Mini Plug output from your sound card into the Aux input of your receiver. You would need a head phone extension cable ( one using a mini plug, not 1/4 type ) then you will need a head phone to RCA Y adapter to split out the R & L channels for your receivers input. It is also a common item. Plug the Y adapter RCA side into one of the open inputs on your receiver and the other end into your headphone extension cable, then to the speaker output on your sound card.
This will give you standard output to your receiver, if the signal out is Dolby encoded, then you should be able to get the Surround sound that you are after.

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