- Jul 31, 2004
Having a little trouble here. My PC is behind my couch and I have a flat panel monitor on my end table for surfing between comercials. I would like to get an audio signal to my receiver for listening to MP3s. Moving the computer close to the receiver is not really an option atm due to space and the fact of getting signal to the flat panel. I have a Sound Blaster Audigy MP3+ card and I just tried a 1/8 to stereo rca cable with a 15' stereo rca cable along the floor and it didn't sound very good. The cables are very low quality but I hate to buy such a long expensive cable and it not be the culprit. The bass response was ok but the mids and highs just sounded very lacking. If I burn the same MP3s to CD and put them in my DVD player they sound much fuller. The audigy has no coaxial or optical out without buying an add on card for 60 bucks which I'd gladly pay if I knew the quality would improve. Any ideas?