Connecting harddrive to tv and be aboe to use pc audio and tv audio Tags: TV Audio Hard Drives Components Last response: February 28, 2012 8:24 PM in Components Share Anonymous February 28, 2012 8:19:57 PM Hello, I connected my hard drive to hdtv, pc speakers and sub woofer works. I would like to use tv audio and pc audio. How do I do this? More about : connecting harddrive aboe audio audio popatim a b x TV February 28, 2012 8:24:39 PM see if you have he option to enable the tv speakers when external speakers are plugged in. My Samsung allows it. Can't find your answer ? Ask ! Publish Related resources SolvedNo audio when I connect PC to TV via HDMI Forum Audio issues connecting PC to TV Forum Can I use a VGA (from laptop) to HDM1 input on TV? And does that connect both video and audio or do I need a seperate cable fo Forum Connecting PC (DVI+audio) to a TV Forum Connecting Car Audio Components to PC/TV Forum no audio from my tv to pc using 3.5mm jack Forum How to connect pc speakers to tv with no audio output? Forum Connecting wireless headphones to a TV with no audio out port Forum Connect hp pc audio to samsung tv Forum Getting audio from lcd tv using hdmi cable from pc Forum Solvedhow to connect audio from an RCA LED46C45RQ tv to a Sony HDX267W home theater system? Forum SolvedHelp! PC Audio to TV Forum SolvedNo Audio in TV connected to my TV! Forum Connecting TV without optical audio out to reciever? Forum SolvedNo digital audio from dvd or tv connected to av receiver Forum SolvedI have a HDMI connection from my Acer Aspire 4736G to my HDTV. I get video but no audio on my Tv. In control panel under manag Forum Can I use both VGA video and RCA audio at the same time on a HD TV? Forum Help needed connecting surround sound system to TV with no audio out Forum SolvedHow can i transfer audio drom my pc to my tv? Forum SolvedHow can i transfer audio from my pc to my tv? Forum More resources Read discussions in other Components categories Power supplies Sound cards NICs Akasa Antec Cooler Master Cougar DeepCool Enermax !