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Thread: Headphone out to RCA line-in converter
picon face BY : Peter L. Peres email (remove spam text)

On Sun, 2 Mar 2003, Chris Rocco wrote:

*>I would like to connect my laptop's headphone jack to my stereo's RCA
*>input jack so that I can hear MP3's and video files on my stereo/TV --
*>the problem is that I get a hum when I use a direct cable, even when
*>there is nothing generating any sound on the laptop.  Is this due to an
*>impedance mis-match?  How can I fix it?  I can't seem to find any
*>circuits on the Internet, but I'm sure that they must be out there... :)

Obtain two audio transformers (600:600 ohms should work) and use them.
Either that or a stage 'direct box' which contains the same thing.


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