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Ok, so I have a kind of strange situation, and need some help. Here it goes:
I have a set of Logitech 5.1 gaming speakers, which I want all of my audio routed through. All of the devices I want attached to it are:
* Xbox 360
As of now, I have my PC, Wii, and 360 audio all going to my TV's audio inputs separately (one for each TV channel, since I have separate TV input channels for each device's AV signals), and my TV connected directly to the speakers via RCA connections. Now, my Wii and 360's surround sound work just fine. It's my PC that's giving me trouble.
The problem is that my TV's VGA input only has a single 3.5 mm jack for PC audio, which means that I can't connect my side / sub channels directly to my TV. My question is:
Is there any way to make my PC force all 5.1 channels to go through that single 3.5 mm jack? Is there any way to trick it, or to encode the audio to make it work? Keep in mind: my Logitech speakers are capable of Matrix decoding, if that helps any.
Anyway... I know it's a weird setup. Any suggestions / help?