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    RCA To Link PC To Amp

    Hello there, I'm currently working on my first carPC install and I'm at the point of working out my sound system. I have the amp, speakers, power and speaker cables and I'm just wondering if I need to use a specific type of RCA to link my PC and amp together? I have a fairly good balanced RCA cable I just found in a drawer, big fat cable, gold plated plugs etc from an old home hifi and I was wondering if this will be OK to use in the car environment or if I need to buy a special type of cable.

    Sorry for such a basic question but I've not managed to find anything using the search function and I didn't want to use a car audio forum as I'm linking a PC & amp together and not a head unit & amp.

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    Click the FAQ link right above your post. The answer is there.
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    Thats sounds like something I could get into with my car soz. But good luck

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bugbyte View Post
    Click the FAQ link right above your post. The answer is there.

    Thanks for the reply

    The cable in question cost quite a bit more than $1.00 to $1.50 a foot, so hopefully it should suffice.

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