What type of input do the cordless headphones have? Two RCA jacks? If so, then you would get a stereo minijack-to-RCA adapter cable like this one (available several places, even local), connect it to the front speaker output jack on the soundcard, and you're ready to roll.
"But I already have my computer speakers connected to that jack!"
Word. Get one of these y-splitters, too.
Mains and Surrounds: NHT 1.5s, Center: NHT AudioCenter-1, Subs: SVS PC13-Ultra, SB13-Ultra, Receiver: Pioneer Elite VSX-23, Amps: Emotiva RPA-1, POS-1, Display: Panasonic TC-P50G10
The Sony MDR-RF970R headphones have the adaptor covered.
Reading TFM clued me in to the Front Out Jack supporting headphones.
I was pondering the Y-splitter thing. Pondering over. Thank you.
Did your parents feed you special food when you were little to make you so smart?
Damn, Firefox/adblock/noscript just ate my big grin. http://forums.audioholics.com/forums...es/biggrin.gif http://forums.audioholics.com/forums...milies/mad.gif OWTF?
This is gonna take some gettin' use to.
Anyways, there are some optional (digital and analog) connections that can be made internally from the CD and DVD Drives (I have both). It says to use one or the other. From which drive? Is there some benefit to using those cables? I guess the sound card now without either of those cables is hooked up through the PCI Slot/motherboard. Would one of those cables be better? Could I use both?
I am dizzy with these questions. Right now I'm gonna go to Radio Shack and get that Y-Splitter and call it good for today.
Last edited by Alex2507; 12-10-2008 at 03:48 PM.
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