I'm getting ready to start a project connecting my computer to my receiver by running the connection through the walls/attic. One problem: my computer doesn't have any line-level R/L outputs for the sound... it only has the small headphone jacks in the back. So, the solution that I thought of is this: 1. Get one of those Y-adapters from RadioShack for a "line-level" output like this: 2. Plug that into the computer and run some RCA-type connector cables and connect that to a face plate that accepts RCA-type plugs. (Here's the part I'm wondering about) 3. Connect each "line" to a run of coax. 4. Terminate each coax "line" on a face plate by my receiver. 5. Connect that face plate to a L/R audio input on my receiver. 6. Enjoy music on my computer through my receiver. The things I'm wondering about: * Not being true line-level pre-am signals, will I even be able to hear sound in the receiver without jacking it all the way up? * Will the coax cable carry the sepearte L/R channels?