technically yes... your sound card should have 2 dedicated channels for the 3 stereo mini-jack outlets... off the top of my head I believe they are separated as FL-FR, RL-RR, Center-Sub... anyways, if you have a stereo mini-jack to RCA, you'll end up with all 6 channels correctly going into the sub.Would I be able to use 3.5mm jack to RCA converter and split them into 6 RCA and then input them into my 6 channel amp ?
It shouldn't really degrade your sound quality. I believe most people that run their PC sound to amp use mini-jack to RCA... I know I dowill the 3.5mm jack to RCA converter degrade the sound quality
Your creative software that comes with the audigy card, should have these types of things included.Most stand alone DSP have all sorts of adjustment such as time delay and etc, will my Audigy be able to do the same with some kind of software ?
You could do this... having a RCA splitter running into say, the FL-FR channels out of your amp. This should, however, result in the combination of sound from both your sources. If both your PC and HU are playing music it will play at the same time out of your speakers. I'm sure you could use some sort of RCA audio switcher to change between the two, but you could also just turn one off before you play the otherLastly, since my 6 channel amp already have input from my pionner headunit. Would I be able to use splitter so that i can have input from the pionner headunit and carputer at the same time ?
One last thing... I'm not exactly sure how your 6 channel amp is setup... Meaning if it has a dedicated bass channel in which it pumps more wattage into. If it's an even split, then say you have your 50w x 6 into 4ohms... you won't be pumping a subwoofer very hard... Secondly, if you really want a correctly setup 5.1, that center channel should be setup in the front center. And I'm not so sure how easy it'd be to put a speaker smack dab in the center console or what not.
Another thing I just was thinking about is the fact that when playing mp3s through your computer, I believe with 5.1 setup it might only play through your FL and FR channels... which might not be the type of sound environment you want in your car. There's ways to play with this, and redirect the sound playing through those channels, but it might take some frustration before figuring it out. Anyways hope this helps