Wondering if anyone had on opinion on using the HT-CT150 or -350 to replace my computer speakers. I have all my music on the computer, which has only its $10 included speakers for output. I don't have stereo system or theater system, so an all-in-one amplifier-speaker solution like the HT-CT unit seemed logical. Unfortunately I can't tell from the SONY images or from the CNET video review if the HT-CT inputs would accept whatever my computer can output -- it has a regular audio out (analog line level out for the main stereo signal, color coded lime green), plus two other audio outs (for rear and for center / subwoofer, color coded black and orange, respectively), plus a game / MIDI out. These are just regular, headphone-cable-like single-plug outputs. I assume only the main audio out is relevant, but I can't see anyplace in the image of the back of the HT-CT (provided in the CNET video) that could clearly use it -- the video is too blurry to read the labels on the input. In case it matters,the computer's video card, an ATI Radeon 3650, has an HDMI out.
Thanks for any help.