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I have done enough research(windows 7 forums, AMD video card tech support,, ACER PC tech support, etc.) to be convinced there's no way I can simultaneously get audio on both my PC and my TV. I have to unplug the HD cable from my PC to get the sound from the speakers. I'm wondering, however, whether I can run a cable from the Audio Out Port in my TV to speakers I can put near my PC(next room) and get the sound THAT way?
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That would depend on the inputs your TV has, and if your sound solution supports "Line-Out". It may be best to come out of the sound card and into an inexpensive stereo or home theater receiver/amplifier, that then powers speakers.
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