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Originally Posted by mycomputersucks
Little thing I did once when I didn't have time to go to Radioshack. Just take some old pc speakers and some old AV cables. Now cut the computer speaker wire off on one end so you have the 1/8 connector still on but 2 stripped ends. Next cut one end off the av cables, just the audio ones and strip them back. Next when you look at the stripped computer speaker wire you will notice 2 different color negative coverings, and white and a red. Connect these 2 ends to the corresponding stripped av cables and tape them up. BAM! a home made 1/8 to av cable!
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WD 2x250GB Raid0 and 1 500Gb Samsung DVD RAM, lightscribe XP Pro SP3, Vista Home Premium SP1 Hanns G 22 LCD, Gateway 15 LCD 
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