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Need Tech help pls. PC Related (Updated)

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8y, 9m agoPosted 8 years, 9 months ago
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#1
Where's the next post :-D
#2
in the middle of posting it?
banned#3
i think that's the problem.... :w00t:
#4
it will be here in a few min.....my browser crashed



Going to take a few min to post
#5
I just aquired a Goodmans GHC56PRO 5.1 surround system
http://www.goodmansdirect.co.uk/images/catalogue/product/medium/GHC56PRO.jpg
Features
75W RMS passive subwoofer
5 x 25W RMS satellite speakers
Stylish mirror finish
Dolby digital 5.1 and Dolby Prologic-II decoders
Enhances 2 channel audio to full Dolby 5.1 channel sound
6 stage preset EQ
Separate channel volume adjustments
Automatic test-tone for optimum sound adjustment
Easy to read LED display
4 x stereo RCA audio/ vision inputs
Front panel aux inputs for games consoles/ camcorders
Remote control
Box Contains
Amplifier
5 x satellite speakers
Sub woofer
Speaker wires
Amplifier to TV connection cables
Remote control
Batteries for remote
User manual
Product Dimensions - HxWxD(mm):
Main Unit: 56 x 420 x 270
Speaker: 120 x 95 x 105
Sub Woofer: 320 x 165 x 275


I was wonder if there was a way to connect this to my pc ??
In my PC i have a SoundBlaster Xtreme Fidelity Sound card with the front I/O Drive
http://i12.ebayimg.com/02/i/08/a7/bf/c3_1_b.JPG

So if anyone know how or if i can/can't use this with my pc pls let me know
1 Like #6
Should be able to use the white and red connectors at the front, either that or use a 3.5mm Jack to Phono convertor to take it out the back of the PC
#7
Robotochan
Should be able to use the white and red connectors at the front, either that or use a 3.5mm Jack to Phono convertor to take it out the back of the PC


Yep totally agree
#8
Robotochan;1919053
Should be able to use the white and red connectors at the front

Was thinking that but it didn't work.
banned#9
kobirulali
Yep totally agree


yep what they said

http://www.tvcables.co.uk/images/items/2xphono-3.5mm.jpg
#10
Robotochan;1919053
either that or use a 3.5mm Jack to Phono convertor to take it out the back of the PC

Will try this next. Will have to pop round to tesco to get the 3.5mm jack to phono lead and try it
#11
imranmaz;1919080
yep what they said

http://www.tvcables.co.uk/images/items/2xphono-3.5mm.jpg


or

http://images.auctionworks.com/hi/62/61634/352rca.jpg
banned#12
zeus9876
Will try this next. Will have to pop round to tesco to get the 3.5mm jack to phono lead and try it


just get one to test. but before you go make sure you were outputting the correct speaker that was connected otherwise it might not sound as clear.. ie make sure the output is for your center speaker if your center seaker is the one you are testing
banned#13
zeus9876
or

http://images.auctionworks.com/hi/62/61634/352rca.jpg


yeah!
#14
well i have all 5 speakers connected the the amp
banned#15
you see that's where i personally get confused...

here is my mobo.. so i have a 3.5 jack for each speaker...
if you just used the headphone one would that mean that the amp decides which speaker gets which frequency?
http://www.techspot.com/articles-info/61/images/Gigabyte_P35_DS4_01.jpg
#16
thats why i am asking...LOL
banned 1 Like #17
zeus9876
thats why i am asking...LOL


is there an output for each speaker on your amp? if yes then get the phono to 3.5 jack and connect each on to the correct colour on the mobo. (read your manual for your mobo for correct colour...

check this out.. http://www.hardwaresecrets.com/article/268/6
1 Like #18
You should be able to use the amplifier o tv cables that came with the system to connect the card to the amp.
#19
Good news by the looks of it both your card and speakers have a SPDIF optical input/output. Should be able to connect them together and have real 5.1 :)
#20
OK i got the phono to 3.5mm lead and plugged that into the correct location on my sound card. It worked but only sound coming from 2 speakers. Then i saw on the remote a surround button so i pressed it. And what do you know....Everything is working like a dream.


Thanks for everyone's help. Rep will be added.
#21
Robotochan;1919265
Good news by the looks of it both your card and speakers have a SPDIF optical input/output. Should be able to connect them together and have real 5.1 :)

what do you mean ???
#22
It's a digital connection that doesn't rely on the speakers to fake 5.1. Your card will actually send all the different channels down the 1 line and the speakers will send the channels to the correct speakers. So you get real 5.1 :)
#23
Ummm ok. Can you advise on how to connect it ?
#24
Just to make sure do you have either of these connections?

http://content.answers.com/main/content/img/CDE/_TOSLINK.JPG
#25
I have Optical in/out on my PC and SPDIF in/out
#26
the i/o drive has

1 x audio - line-in/microphone - phone stereo 6.25 mm
1 x headphones - output - phone stereo 6.25 mm
1 x audio - line-in - RCA x 2
1 x audio - SPDIF input - TOSLINK
1 x audio - SPDIF output - TOSLINK
1 x MIDI - input - 5 pin DIN
1 x MIDI - output - 5 pin DIN
1 x audio - SPDIF input - RCA
1 x audio - SPDIF output - RCA
1 x optical in
1 x optical out
#27
The choice is yours on that case :)

Just buy a Optical TOS Link cable and plug it in. I got this one and seems fine :)
#28
good idea but the amp doesnt have optical.....only my pc so i guess that option wont work
#29
Sorry, I misunderstood you? Does it not have either of those inputs? read a review saying it did :-/
#30
GHC56PRO

Audio-receiver Section
Built-in Dolby Digital and Dolby Pro Logic Decoder
Built-in 200W-5.1Channel Amplifier (satellite:25Wx5 + Subwoofer:75W)(HTIB)
With 5.1 Channel Speaker System (Micro Satellite Speakers x 5 @4ohm, Passive Subwoofer x 1 @6ohm)
Main and 6CH-individual channel offset volume adjustment
Automatic test-tone with speaker level adjustment
Audio EQ & 2CH-to6CH pro logic function for external audio input
Night mode from DRC (dynamic range compression) function
LED Indicator & Game-Port on the front panel

Terminal and I/O Section
Input-front A/V (RCA-Game port) x 1
Input-rear Audio (RCA-White/Red) x3 (Tuner, TV/VCR, AUX)
Input-rear Video (RCA-Yellow) x 1
Input-rear Digital audio input (coaxial x 1 – RCA-Orange)
Output-rear 6CH speaker socket with colour-code label + Video (RCA Yellow) x1
#31
it does have a phono plug labeled coaxial input
#32
I think the "Input-rear Digital audio input (coaxial x 1 – RCA-Orange)" is the SPDIF which you also have on your PC. All these cables make it very confusing lol
#33
so if i get one of these cables
http://i15.ebayimg.com/02/i/000/e3/58/e01f_1.JPG

Will it give me true 5.1 sound ?
#34
Yup :)

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