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Old 29th September 2008, 08:34 AM
sandaili Offline
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Hooking up to a receiver for home theater unit

Is this possible? I know nothing about receivers so I wasn't sure. I know in Windows people pick some sort of setting in there, but for linux, I have no clue. I am tired of the options in powered speakers and my expensive M-Audios just died (well, one is working, but that's it, and I barely used them at all and rarely ever turned it 1/4 of the way).

If anyone knows or has done it, please share

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