#1
Not really fitting for this forum, but I'll probably get the best answer here.

I've recently moved my computer into my room, and to get any sort of good sound of my computer and TV (next to eachother) I need two different sets of computer speakers.


I've come across an old Hi-FI in my spare room, but it only has one stereo input. It's in the form of the red and white leads, one left and one right.

My question is: Can I put a stereo signal through a mono lead and still get both Left and Right? I'm willing to spend a bit on some adaptors, btw.
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#3
Make a summing box, so you can run the TV and the PC through the same speakers (I'm assuming that they are powered speakers). Summing box info is at http://www.rane.com/note109.html You'll need the circuit shown in figure 2 for each channel (L & R).
#4
Quote by TimmyP
Make a summing box, so you can run the TV and the PC through the same speakers (I'm assuming that they are powered speakers). Summing box info is at http://www.rane.com/note109.html You'll need the circuit shown in figure 2 for each channel (L & R).



That's what I was looking for, thanks!

Does anyone know if the components are expensive or hard to come by?
If video games make you violent, does monopoly make you a millionaire?