Here is my sound card:http://www.newegg.com/Product/Produc...82E16829102007
If your receiver has a Dolby Digital SPDIF-In, connect it to the Digital Out jack on the sound card with a 3.5mm (mono or stereo) to RCA adaptor.
Discrete Analog Inputs
Note: DVD-Audio cannot be played back via digital speakers.
If your receiver has discrete Line-In jacks for Front Right, Front Left, Rear Right, Rear Left, Center, and Subwoofer:
Connect Front Right and Front Left to the Line-Out 1 on the sound card with a 3.5mm (stereo) to RCA "Y" adaptor cable
Connect Rear Right and Rear Left to the Line-Out 2 jack with another 3.5mm (stereo) to RCA "Y" adaptor cable
connect the Center/Subwoofer In to the Line-Out 3 on the Sound Blaster Audigy 2 card, with a 3rd 3.5mm (4-pole or stereo) to RCA "Y" adaptor cable.
Connect the white RCA plug to the Center input and Red RCA plug to the Subwoofer input on the receiver.
I did the same thing with my PC. However, I was more interested in listening to my music collection via my home stereo.
I agree with mustang...With your sound card, it looks like you only need a cable like this:
That cable would connect to your TV/Receiver and provide the sound you desire. You could plug it into your output 2 jack.
I'm confused too.
Or will it be like what JoeWagner said that it won't work the way I'd like it to.
It may have different config settings than your setup, but the concept should help somewhat. You can use regular RCA cables, which I'm sure you probably have lying around, or get an optical cable (depending on what inputs your receiver has). You can also make your own with some coax and some RCA adapters from Rad|0 $hack...
Not too terribly hard to config. Enjoy your sensaround battles!