From my computer to my reciever...

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  1. Anthony_I

    Anthony_I Stunt Coordinator

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    not sure where this belonged. so i put it here, sorry if it is in the wrong place.

    BUT how can this be done..... here are my problems

    I have a Phono (earphone plug) to RCA adapter plug.

    If i plug this into my speaker outputs on my comp, and into my AUX in on my reciever, it sounds like shit, The music is quieter than it should be and i have like 50 volume controls to worry about.

    If i connect this to my recievers TV in, the sound is loud and just like it should be, but again with the added 50 or so volume controls (lol) also i need my TV input for something else.

    If i plug it into my Line out on my sound card (im assuming its line out, it is only marked with a symbol) and into my AUX in there is no sound at all.... same with pluging it into my TV in...no sound.

    What i really nedd is a way to connect it so that i dont have to adjust any volumes on the computer and only on my HT unit...but it needs a bigger signal i think on the AUX in since everything plugged into there is quiet. not to mntion that my modem uses my sound card for dialing up (the noise anyway) which i do not want going through my reciever.
    Ive got a pioneer XV-HTD520, and an SiS 7018 Sound card.
    what the hell can i do to get quality sound from my computer to my reciever?
     
  2. Juarez

    Juarez Auditioning

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    The plugs on your computer or reciver maybe bad. Also if you are listing to MP3s they will sound very horrible,i know becasue i to do this. Try to raise the volume on your computer if possible. but first check the connections.
     
  3. Anthony_I

    Anthony_I Stunt Coordinator

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    well i know there all good, but im wondering why the AUX input on my reciever is quieter than the TV input... is there a reason for this?
     

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