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Linking speakers, tv and pc


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aburnett

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Ok. I want to have wireless speakers put in my room. I also want to link my tv up with my computer so I can play dvd's from there and not have space wasted. The wireless speakers should ink up with the pc and the tv when I wish them to. How on EARTH would I go about doing this? I'm not sure if this is even the right place to ask...
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Wirteless speakers eh. im sure they exist but ive never actually seen them The tv bits easy you just get an svideo rgb adapter.
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Yeah, they exist. They're quite inexpensive as well... if you know how to do it with normal speakers, I'm sure doing it with wireless speakers couldn't be too much harder.

Oh and here are some wireless speakers http://www.engadget....48992789156435/
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I would imagine the wireless ones would be easier the wires being the hard part. They look cool, if you want to connect a vcr or anything like that you will need a tv/video capture card as well or just connect straight to the telly if you want i suppose. Just make sure you have a svideo or composite video out on yor gfx card.
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