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  • Audio In My Car Pc

    Hello,
    I have a project of because PC with a screen 7 " lilliput 629GL integrated in my console.
    But I have a question.
    It will be necessary that I put an amplifier and I will want to have how one can obtain sound with 4 high speaker of my car (to be able to carry out the adjustments audio before/back, balances, serious acute etc ......)
    thank you, I have besion of your lights

  • #2
    I'm sorry, I tried to read this like 5 times over and I still couldnt understand what you are trying to accomplish or what question you are trying to ask.
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    • #3
      i think you are looking to have full control over the balance of your speakers, i was recently at car toys looking at one of these....
      Audio Control LC8

      yes or no?
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      • #4
        NO
        i want connect my car pc to my speaker , i think i need amplifier;
        wich can i put ?

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        • #5
          yes you will need an amp, run it out of your sound card via a 3.5mm jack and connect it to the amps rca's. This means the internal volume of ur pc is what you will get out of your speakers, might be best to turn off windows sounds etc to give the mixer time to kick in before obliterating your speakers

          Baz

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          • #6
            So there is only one audio cable running from the computer to the amp? Maybe I am missing something, but wouldn't that mean that the output on all speakers will be the same? Or do you have a sound card with more than one output and each output is going to the amp? If so could you please let me which sound card you are using? I am looking for one right now as well

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            • #7
              LethalEncounter: Just about any sound card or on-board audio chipset made in the last decade is going to have support for multichannel audio. Not all of them will, but the overwhelming majority.

              JCGBIKE: Any multichannel amplifier will work, you don't need anything special. The amp doesn't care if the signal is coming from a computer, stereo, or an iPod.
              Planning: Never ends!
              Parts: Strewn about the house...
              Install: Someday soon...

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              • #8
                ok,
                But how I make to adjust the balance and the fader (before/back)

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                • #9
                  I can't speak for every sound card, but Creative has software bundled along with their drivers that you use to do those adjustments. There may be something out there that will work with any sound card or even a media player with that built in, you'll have to do some searching on your own for that though. The tools Creative includes are more than enough for my purposes so I've never explored it any further.
                  Planning: Never ends!
                  Parts: Strewn about the house...
                  Install: Someday soon...

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                  • #10
                    Wich Software

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                    • #11
                      i use an external sound card, you could set the fader on the levles of the amps

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                      • #12
                        OK
                        can you tell me wich sound card?

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                        • #13
                          Windows will set up a sound controler even though your sound card has no software sound control.

                          Most cards will auto detect your setup from what you plug into audio ports. For instance if you have a 5:1 sound card/or MB on board sound you will have at least three ports or 2 channels per port. For playback you will get main volume, rear and front volume, centre & sub volume, CD in volume, bass & treble, left and right balance. Some cards will have wave & synth anf graphics equaliser. Record functions will depend on your set up and if front panel audio ports are connected to MB in conjunction with any other ports over and above the 3 IO audio connectors if they are all being used for audio out and no audio in function.

                          2 of the ports or connectors are 2 channels each front and rear (4 channels)and 3rd connector will be a centre speaker and or a sub speaker (2 chanells). You will need a 6 X channel amplifier or 1 4 X channel amp and a 1 2 X channel amp to work those 5 + 1 channels. Most car set ups are 4 X channels amp plus a 1 X sub amp with frequency cut controls on both amps.
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