Can I make a subwoofer cable an Audio out cable?

 

New member
Username: Chuck6554

Post Number: 3
Registered: Mar-06
I have a JVC TH-C6 Home Theatre. There is no audio out jacks except for a SYSTEM CABLE that runs to the subwoofer (which has all the speaker jacks on the back of it). I'd like to hook up a DVD recorder to the home theatre but there's no audio out jacks. Is there anyway I can utilize the subwoofer cable to split our two audio jacks to the DVD recorder? Picture of subwoofer cable: Upload
 

Bronze Member
Username: Mccambley

BREEZY POINT, NY USA

Post Number: 97
Registered: Jun-05
NO! Why do you want to hook up a DVD recorder to this system you can't make copies of DVD's there is an anti copy protection on them.
 

New member
Username: Chuck6554

Post Number: 4
Registered: Mar-06
I realize some movies are protected. I want to make copies of unprotected ones. Is this possible?
 

Bronze Member
Username: Jay_l

Quad Cities, Il

Post Number: 25
Registered: Feb-06
just go buy a new dvd player. you can pick up cheap ones for 30 bucks anymore. I dont think your going to find many unprotected dvd's anymore. If you want to make legal backup copys get yourself a "go-dvd" unit. If your just copying to copy...........get yourself a "job".
 

New member
Username: Chuck6554

Post Number: 5
Registered: Mar-06
Thanks for the advice Jay, but I think you need to "laid".
 

Gold Member
Username: Project6

Post Number: 7133
Registered: Dec-03
Yes you can make copies of unprotected DVDs.
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