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How can I get stereo from my PC to my audio system?

I want to watch the video from my PC on my TV and listen to the audio through my audio system.

If I use the HDMI connection from my PC to TV the audio goes to my TV and the speaker jack is overridden.

Any ideas?

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Your TV should have a digital audio output. Send that to the sound system.
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Your TV should have a digital audio output. Send that to the sound system.

Yes it does,I know, thanks. This is what I am trying to avoid.

Long story short I'd need an electrician to come run the wire because it snakes through so much wall and rooms.

I have one HDMI and one set of those multi colored connects/wires from teh tv to the sources. I have to work with these or as I said I'll need an electrician.

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If those multicolored wires are component video cables, you can use one of them for digital audio. Assuming your TV has an optical rather than coax output, just get an optical-coax converter.
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Thanks

I am going to solve it by buying a Blue Ray player with HDMI inputs and use the RCA audio outputs to my Nad and the HDMI for the picture to the set.

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That will work, too. But, be careful because some newer players lack analog stereo outputs.
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That will work, too. But, be careful because some newer players lack analog stereo outputs.

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I am going to solve it by buying a Blue Ray player with HDMI inputs and use the RCA audio outputs to my Nad and the HDMI for the picture to the set.
? a player has no inputs.


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Thanks

I am going to solve it by buying a Blue Ray player with HDMI inputs and use the RCA audio outputs to my Nad and the HDMI for the picture to the set.
? a player has no inputs.
Take a look at the Oppo 103.
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Yes, the 103 is perfect.

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