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speakers need output on pc and ps3

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5y, 9m agoPosted 5 years, 9 months ago
as above!

have sony speakers i am happy with currently output through my pc is there anyway to get them also outputting through my new monitor?

thanks
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5y, 9m agoPosted 5 years, 9 months ago
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#1
didnt word that very well tbh

currently my new monitor is producing the sound i want my speakers (currently outputting pc sound) to provide the sound
#2
from my ps3

christ its been a long day
#3
Please just word it again I have a vision in my mind of you wanting to sit at your pc typing a document and wanting to listen to ps3 sounds coming out of your pc speakers whilst your typing the document, along with the weird windows noises

The PS3 can split the sound / video but I think it will depend on what sound card you have in your pc or what the speakers can accept. Also if you output via HDMI I think you can only split the sound (so that it doesn't go through your TV...unless it goes somewhere else from there) with the Optical Digital out, in which case your sound card will need optical digital in. I might just be taking poo by the way sorry.


Edited By: Xiwt on Feb 16, 2011 22:21: felt like it
#4
i think he wants to know how to use his pc speaker for both pc and tv?
#5
Xiwt
Please just word it again I have a vision in my mind of you wanting to sit at your pc typing a document and wanting to listen to ps3 sounds coming out of your pc speakers whilst your typing the document, along with the weird windows noisesThe PS3 can split the sound / video but I think it will depend on what sound card you have in your pc or what the speakers can accept. Also if you output via HDMI I think you can only split the sound (so that it doesn't go through your TV) with the Optical Digital out, in which case your sound card will need optical digital in. I might just be taking poo by the way sorry.

Not true mate. I output video from my ps3 from HDMI and have the sound using the red and white parts of the normal av cable ignoring the yellow video part.
#6
sorry i was very tired

currently the sound from my pc comes out via speakers

my ps3 comes out via monitor

can i make the ps3 come out the same speakers?
#7
dh058977
Xiwt
Please just word it again I have a vision in my mind of you wanting to sit at your pc typing a document and wanting to listen to ps3 sounds coming out of your pc speakers whilst your typing the document, along with the weird windows noisesThe PS3 can split the sound / video but I think it will depend on what sound card you have in your pc or what the speakers can accept. Also if you output via HDMI I think you can only split the sound (so that it doesn't go through your TV) with the Optical Digital out, in which case your sound card will need optical digital in. I might just be taking poo by the way sorry.


Not true mate. I output video from my ps3 from HDMI and have the sound using the red and white parts of the normal av cable ignoring the yellow video part.


oh yeah, get it now!
#8
jbarnsie
sorry i was very tired

currently the sound from my pc comes out via speakers

my ps3 comes out via monitor

can i make the ps3 come out the same speakers?


try this, googled it

'I realize how old this post is, but I want to confirm that it is possible to use PC speakers on a television. To audiophiles: anything is better than using the sound bar that comes with a TV, even computer speakers. My current inexpensive setup is that I'm running my desktop on a Sony kdl32l4000 HDTV with a VGA cable, and computer speakers hooked up to the computer. Cable box and Wii still operating on the same speakers using its appropriate connections (wii=component, cable box=HDMI).

The key to all this: An auxillary port on the speaker control I have, a headphone to composite cable for audio (aka headphone to red and white), and a fixed audio out on the TV. Basically, the headphone end goes into auxillary port, the red and white goes into the fixed audio out. The rest you hook up like you normally would. Set the volume on the TV speakers all the way to 0, or just turn the speakers off in settings. Heres the thing though: volume control will be all software if you want to use the remote (my speakers have a volume knob on full). You will use the cable box's volume feature to control the volume, DVD players or Blu-Ray players you will use its volume feature, computer has its own, etc. My only problem is with the wii, where there is no way to adjust the volume without walking up to the knob. But whatever, not too much of an inconvenience there.'

Your text here

btw i was just thinking of how to do this recently aswell as my tv/monitor speakers sucks and I have a 2.1 speakers, so will try this out first need to buy the cables :)
banned#9
need to know what speakers you are using and connections

passive or powered speakers?
#10
thanks again

there sony speakers passive or powered and connections i dont really have a clue tbh

the back of the woofer has a connection for power and a connection (usb) that i have going straight into the back of the pc

there are no spare connectors on the unit as far as i can tell

on the two speakers the left hand speaker has a a power button a volume control and a headphone socket
#11
bump again!
#12
ttt
banned#13
pointless bumping this thread every few hours as far too limited info to help you

needs pics of connectors, speaker model numbers, powered or passive

From ltd info, you wont be able to do it
#14
thanks for ur help

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