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I am trying to set it up where I can use my PC on both my living room TV and my PC monitor in the other bedroom and i'm running into some audio issues. I bought a PC audio cable that I ran from my living room tv to my PC and then have my PC speakers plugged into the PC as well. However, it only has one line out connection. So I set the audio up to work on 4 speakers and plugged the living room TV into the line out connection and have audio. So then I plugged my PC speakers into the 'Side Speakers' connection but have it setup under 4 speakers, so it runs the audio as if they are normal front speakers. I can play music on my PC that i've downloaded, from WMP and programs like that but whenever I try to play audio from websites, like Youtube videos and things like that I get no audio... Is there some way to adjust the flash audio options to get this to work? Is there any way to get full audio capability with both units without having to buy a cable splitter?

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Nevermind, I found a splitter I had laying around.


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