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Username: Jjoensuu

Post Number: 1
Registered: Jul-06
A question to you audio gurus...

I have a shuttle SD36G5M, with following 3.5mm audio outlets on the back:
ANALOG:
1.Front out (L/R)
2.Central bass (C/B)
3.Surround back (L/R)
4.Side surr (L/R)
DIGITAL:
5.SPDIF OUT COAXIAL
6.SPDIF OUT OPTICAL

All 6 outputs above are from the on-board audio.

I also have a Panasonic SC-HT15 5.1 speaker system with a receiver. The receiver only has following input options:
a.left and right RCA
b.SPDIF IN COAXIAL
c.SPDIF IN OPTICAL

Since the receiver does not separate inputs for "front", "surround", "center" or "subwoofer", am I out of luck trying to use all speakers from the 4 analog outputs on my PC?

Or is there a way to connect the 4 analog outputs to only 2 RCA inputs?

cheers...
 

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Username: Project6

Post Number: 8674
Registered: Dec-03
Nice system!

I'm not quite sure what you are trying to accomplish here.

You want to connect outputs from your PC to the Shuttle? Or do you want to connect the Shuttle xpc to the receiver?

If you want to connect to the receiver you will need an optical cable from the xpc's optical output to the Panasonic's optical input.

You do not need to use the analog outputs of the xpc unless you have a receiver that can accept those signals.
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