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hook up your new stereo to your pc using an aux-mic plug. mine rulez!
 

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??? huh. You mean the same place you hook up the sub on the Live! 5.1, cause that can act as an aux mic or a sub plug for analog stereo
 

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look at my profile pic. the small silver thing is my stereo. the speakers are spead out in my room. in the front is a cable that looks like this
back of PC (gray) --------=== Front of stereo (red and yellow)
 

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nah, don't have that "per-say"
 

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yeh^^^^, im not understanding
 

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yeah, see the other peakers next to my PC? i'm dumping them off at ebay, lol
 

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ahhhhhh, now I get it. I feel stupid, cause it's just like what I said with the analog audio thing.
 

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no worries
 

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I did do that with my Yamaha 450 series with 1400watt amp and 10" sub. It rather rules and is fun but I need a better sound system to work with it then onboard which blows.
 
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