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Splitting Audio Source for Two Seperate Systems

Discussion in 'Desktop & Laptop Computers Forum' started by Smoolean, Jun 12, 2005.

  1. Smoolean

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    I use my Mac as my source for all music. I have an older decent stereo system hooked up to the Mac with a 1/8" to RCA converter cable, and it sounds great. I recently purchased a 2.1 computer speaker system, and I was curious...

    Are there any "voltate/electricity/number-specs/way-above-my-head" issues that I'd have to worry about, before plugging this (link) into my computer, and attaching my stereo to one, and my computer speakers to the other? Any help what-so-ever will be so greatly appreciated, it may result in a happy dance.

    Thanks,
    Smoolean
     
  2. Cliff

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    That will work well. Sound card outputs are low impedance and are quite capabable of driving several components.
     

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