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Well this might be an odd question, But my usual method would be to use my tv as a monitor via S-video Cable and watch movies using my system. But is their a Way to Reverse it So I can use my PC Speaker system on my tv so i dont have to hook up my svid cable all the time? Or Am I stuck and have to buy 5 whole new speakers for my tv
 

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I have an S-Video cable from my PC to my TV, and two of my PC speakers is standing by the TV. I can't get PC sound through the TV, though. Also, I have a cable from Audio out on my TV to the Line in plug, so I can hear TV sound with my PC speakers.

Place a splitter at your Line out on your PC, one for PC speakers and one to the TV Audio in. (I hope I got your point...)
 

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I think what he wants to do is use the speakers from his pc on his tv (have sound from his tv go to his pc speakers). In this case, you will need a rca stereo jack to mini-stereo plug converter (go to radioshack). Plug the white and red rca stereo cables to the audio out on your tv, and plug the mini-stereo cable to the line-in on your pc sound card.
 

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I think what he wants to do is use the speakers from his pc on his tv (have sound from his tv go to his pc speakers). In this case, you will need a rca stereo jack to mini-stereo plug converter (go to radioshack). Plug the white and red rca stereo cables to the audio out on your tv, and plug the mini-stereo cable to the line-in on your pc sound card.
yea thats what i was tryin to do!! :thumb: figgured a y splitter wouldnt work, what i thought Katsuya was saying was use a y splitter which would mean Plugging in the Red/White jacks in the audio output of my modulator which i need to buy an rf modulator with those outputs and then just plug it in to the headphone jack. thats why i was kinda confused.

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o yea. one more thing. will the sub work if i use that method?
 

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Ya, your sub should work, I would assume it would just send all signals under the crossover (probably around 120 Hz) to the sub, though I dont know exactly how your sound system is set up.
 
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