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    Is it possible to connect my stereo to my pc?
    -And how do I do this?

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    Originally posted by Who Else@12 December 2003 - 17:12
    Is it possible to connect my stereo to my pc?
    -And how do I do this?
    Just get the exact cable...

    Rca to 3.5mm


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    yep... what i actually did was got a Y adapter so i could have both my computer speakers and my stereo hooked up to my computer... so when I don't need it all loud I have the small computer ones that came with my compaq monitor to use lol... but yep, thats how its done.

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    Originally posted by Cygnuz&#045;Y+12 December 2003 - 12:22--></div><table border='0' align='center' width='95%' cellpadding='3' cellspacing='1'><tr><td>QUOTE (Cygnuz-Y @ 12 December 2003 - 12:22)</td></tr><tr><td id='QUOTE'> <!--QuoteBegin-Who Else@12 December 2003 - 17:12
    Is it possible to connect my stereo to my pc?
    -And how do I do this?
    Just get the exact cable...

    Rca to 3.5mm

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    sweet&#33; i could use one of these. does this channel the sound to the stereo, or in my case, my tv&#39;s speakers? nice. now i don&#39;t have to get up and down to change volume

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    as far as i know....same results

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    Use Y connector from line out in your sound card.

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    This is a really good way to fuck up your stereo or your soundcard.

    This is NOT the way to do it.

    Visit this link and make damn sure you understand it all.


    http://www.dak2000.com/Reviews/2045story.cfm


    You can use automotive stereo impedance matchers if you have the skill to modify the input and output comnnectors. Total cost for the automotive stereo part is between &#036;10 and &#036;20




    This is the home stero to PC transformer with ground isolation to protect your stereo grom your PC and vice versa.

    Notice in the schematic that there is no physical contact between the two.


  8. Software & Hardware   -   #8
    looks pretty hard

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    If you open it up, its probably got a bunch of resisters to even it out.

    wouldnt be that hard to make.

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