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    Lilliput TC1000: Audio connecting Questions

    Just got my Lilliput TC1000 PC and GL701 Monitor.. but before I start my Install.. Can anyone tell me How to hook up the Audio.. I have one Amplifier for 4 speakers and a separate Amp for the SubWoofer..
    But the TC1000 has only 1 stereo Oudio-Out jack..
    Also.. can I listen to Music without Booting up he Windows ?!
    Any Ideas ?!

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    Most amps have built-in adjustable high-pass and/or low-pass filters. You would split the audio signal with a Y cable to each amp, or if one of the amps has a passthrough connection, you would use that. Then on the subwoofer amp, you would set the low-pass filter to 80 Hz (or thereabouts), so that only frequencies below 80 Hz are played through your subwoofer. On your main speaker amp, you would set the high-pass filter to 80 Hz (or thereabouts), so that only frequencies above 80 Hz are played through your main speakers.

    If you aren't sure if your amps have the above-mentioned filters, post your amp manufacturer and model numbers.

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    That's what I was afraid of.. that I have to use Y cables..
    I was hoping that the CarPuter has an option to reconfigure the Line-In and Mic jacks to other channels.. like Front left, Right; Back left, Right and the Sub..

    But whatabout the "OffLine" Music listening.. (without booting up the Windows) I read somewhere that it's possible.. but havent figured out yet How.. either from a CD or a USB memory..

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