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Old 01-12-2008, 08:53 AM   #11
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thanks, is this what you're talking about for audio?

http://www.monoprice.com/products/pr...seq=1&format=2
Yes, but the RCA ports and the mini jack need to be female.

There it's male.

I can't find the both female ones...mine came with my mobo, so buy that and this :

http://www.cables4computer.com/newpr...roupcode=I0361
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Old 01-12-2008, 11:59 AM   #12
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Default Re: HDMI -> DVI... again

Note that with the single "green jack" (aka a 3.5mm jack) you won't get surround sound.
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Default Re: HDMI -> DVI... again

So will this:

http://www.monoprice.com/products/pr...seq=1&format=2

work?

I need to put that 3.5 mm into a subwoofer. That's the input. The output are the red and black wires going out to the left and right speaker.

So if I put the RCAs from my PS3 going into that adapter, which go into my subwoofer, should I be okay?
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Default Re: HDMI -> DVI... again

yea most likely

still wont get surround though...
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Yep, should work.
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Default Re: HDMI -> DVI... again

Okay, I ordered both.

Now, that says 3.5 to RCA. Will it work the other way? Because I'm going to plug the 3.5 into the subwoofer.
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Default Re: HDMI -> DVI... again

yea and just plug in an RCA cable into the colored things
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Default Re: HDMI -> DVI... again

cool, thanks john

now what if my monitor doesn't support HDCP? is that even necessary? I thought it was just a security feature for like games or something
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well it should work without HDCP....dont see why not
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Default Re: HDMI -> DVI... again

alright cool

because I just tried hooking it up to my HD cable box.. it has a DVI out on it...

so I connected the DVI out to my monitor and it said "out of range"

maybe it's the box?
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