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Its possible connect a 5.1 sound pc card to Panasonic SC-HT500 hearing the 6 separate channels?

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I have a Creative Sound Blaster 5.1 device with SPDIF, optical, phones and 6 separate channels analog as optionals outputs.


¿Can I connect these Sound Blaster to SC-HT500 hearing the six separate channels?.

Thanks.

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I am afraid the answer is no - this particular Panasonic will only play full surround when watching DVDs. It does not have the right inputs to grab more than stereo sound from your computer.

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