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    Hi there, I currently have my car pc sound running form the stereo jack in my laptop but want to do a full upgrade come summer time. I will be running pioneer premeir components up front and pioneer premier 6x9's in the back. This will be off of a 4ch amp and then I'll also have 2 10's off of a mono amp. I'm gonna be buying the turtle beach srm USB sound card and I'm not sure how to hook the amps to the sound card? Heres a pic of the outputs on the sound card:
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  • #2
    Would it be better to go with a different sound card instead?

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    • #3
      I'd check the wiring siagram and specs on the usb device, but it looks like the 5.1 outputs are to be connected to that DIN-type jack on the left side of the pictures you posted.

      Looks like a pain, when so many sound cards simply have 3.5mm output jacks on them for front, rear, sub, etc, etc...

      Creative does have laptop expansion sound cards.
      Try http://creative.com
      Happy CarPC'ing!

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      • #4
        it has 3.5mm jacks:
        New System in progress:
        M10k
        Phaze TD1500 ~> Dynaudio MD130
        Phaze TD1500 ~> Seas g18rnx/p
        Zapco Ref 500.1 ~ 12" tc-9
        Behringer DCX2496 ~ Envision Electronics psu
        Transflective Xenarc

        My Car Pc Install
        My Boat Pc worklog

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        • #5
          Yes, you can just use a normal 3.5mm to RCA cable x3 (1 set for fronts, 1 for rear, 1 for subs) and you'll be just fine. Should be pretty nifty if you can incorporate that unit "stealthily" some were and still use the IR remote and volume control knob.
          CarPC:
          1.8GHz Northwood, Intel 845 Mobo, 512MB DDR, 1x20GB + 1x160GB, Intel GPU, SB Live 5.1

          Sound System:
          Phoenix Gold RSD 65cs 6.5" Drivers, Infinity Tweets, Pioneer 305DVC 12", PPI Sedona 630IX, Alpine MRP-M500

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