Computer Hook Up

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  1. BradStoodley

    BradStoodley Auditioning

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    Hi,

    I can't seem to find any information on hooking up my computer to my HT. I've been told this is possible, but I have no idea how, and no idea where to find information on it. FYI, I have a Panasonic SA-HE100 reciever, Fluance AV-HTB speakers, Panasonic A310 DVD player, and a Panasonic 32" TV. I really want to run my computer through for music purposes mainly (cause my DVD won't take CD-R's) Please Help!! Thanks all.

    Brad
     
  2. Carl Johnson

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    What kind of outputs do you computer have?
     
  3. BradStoodley

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    Sorry! That was kind of dumb!! My computer outputs are 1/4". So I imagine I need a 1/4" to RCA..... will this work?
     
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    yep, assuming you're trying to sound from your CPU to the home theater that will do the trick.
     
  5. Jeremy Scott

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    i do the same thing, the only thing i dont like about doing this is it plays everything thought the ht system, inlcuding AOL sounds. I just do it for my mp3's, until i get a new dvd/mp3 player for hts.
     
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    Just go into sounds settings and and set it no sounds. The only thing you will hear is the program your running,mp3s,power dvd, media player etc.
     

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