|Feb 23, 2008, 12:54 AM||#1|
Macbook audio system
I have a Midiland surround sound system for my TV and I just hooked up my macbook to my TV (27 inch HDTV Toshiba). Is there a way I can play audio through the Midiland instead of the macbook
(it's in clamshell mode)
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|Feb 23, 2008, 01:31 AM||#3|
If your system has an optical input, get yourself an optical cable that has a mini-TOSlink adapter. You'll plug the adapter into the headphone output of the MacBook and then the other end of the optical cable into the sound system.
If it has no optical input, but a coaxial input, then you'll need the mini-TOSLink adapter (still, for the Mac) and then a TOSLink to Coaxial adapter.
If you have NO digital inputs, then you'll need a "Y" cable with a stereo minijack (headphone jack) on one end and the red and white (right and left) RCA connectors on the end.
|Feb 26, 2008, 01:07 PM||#5|
this is exactly what i need
wondering if anyone would know if it would be possible to purchase off of ebay
i have tried searching but havn't been able to find anything
if anyone finds anything lemme know pls
p.s i am in canada so if anyone knows of any stores lemme know thx
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