Audio spriter/distributer Tags: Pro Audio Speakers Audio Sound Cards Last response: September 27, 2005 9:10 AM in Home Audio Share Anonymous September 22, 2005 8:45:37 AM Archived from groups: rec.audio.pro (More info?) Hello! I have a PC soundcard with 1 speaker output. I need this output splited 3 times: - for PC speakers - for headphones - for TV Is there some simple solution to this? Some audio spliter with correct impedance for every channel? Best regards, Rostfrei More about : audio spriter distributer Anonymous September 22, 2005 9:46:21 AM Archived from groups: rec.audio.pro (More info?) firstname.lastname@example.org wrote: > I have a PC soundcard with 1 speaker output. I need this output splited > 3 times: > Is there some simple solution to this? Some audio spliter with correct > impedance for every channel? You don't need to worry about the "correct" impedance for each destination. Just use Y cables with the proper connectors to match where the signal is coming from and where it's going. Or build on. You can purchase a distribution amplifier, but given your short description, it's not worth the expense. If there's a "line" output as well as a speaker output, you might try using that instead. Sometimes it sounds better. Anonymous September 26, 2005 4:52:57 PM Archived from groups: rec.audio.pro (More info?) Sorry for my late replay. No, there is no additional line out as I would use that one also. Just one for speaker. I checked one simple circuit on http://home.maine.rr.com/randylinscott/jan98.htm and also on http://www.arrl.org/tis/info/pdf/0202062.pdf but these are active circuits which need power supply. So you say it's ok just to paralel circuit the speaker output to all devices (speaker, headphones, TV)? Don't they have to have high impedance input? Rostfrei Can't find your answer ? Ask ! Get the answer Anonymous September 27, 2005 9:10:35 AM Archived from groups: rec.audio.pro (More info?) kuko...@gmail.com wrote: > So you say it's > ok just to paralel circuit the speaker output to all devices (speaker, > headphones, TV)? That's my story and I'm sticking to it. > Don't they have to have high impedance input? They do, relative to the output impedance of the sound card. It's not a problem, considering the non-criticality of your application (based on what you're connecting to what). Can't find your answer ? Ask ! Publish Related resources SolvedWill disabling audio processor on my GPU improve video performance? Forum SolvedHow to get audio and sound? Forum SolvedBlack Screen and Audio Skipping When Playing Games Forum SolvedAudio No Longer Plays Forum SolvedSplitting Sound Audio need help bad! Forum Solvedvideo keeps freezing and going back about 20 seconds but audio is fine Forum SolvedNeed Help: Audio is constantly crashing Forum SolvedAudio for Two sets of speakers Forum Solvedgood microphone mod/clip for audio technica ath-m50? Forum SolvedAudio crackle/popping with computer lag (ONLY when headphones plugged in?) Help Plz!:( Forum SolvedAudio changes with windows Forum SolvedLooking for PC Audio Solution Forum SolvedAudio and movie question Forum SolvedAudio on PC does not work, only usb headphones Forum SolvedMulti-Media Audio Problem Forum SolvedOH CRAP... ok, starting to have major problems 1st the GPU now the Audio and internet... Forum SolvedNo audio when I connect PC to TV via HDMI Forum SolvedAudio Cable - Different Purpose Forum SolvedAudio jack retasking/realtek driver settings in regedit Forum SolvedAbout headphone/headset for PC Gaming/Audio on PC and iPod/HTC Forum More resources Read discussions in other Home Audio categories Headsets High-End Audio MP3 Players Pioneer Pro Audio Speakers Yamaha !