Electronic devices such as television systems usually have only one audio output. However, if you have want to connect two appliances to the single output, you can split off the single audio output into two separate connections, allowing you to hook up both devices at the same time.
- Skill level:
- Moderately Easy
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Things you need
- 2 RCA audio splitter cables
- 2 sets of RCA audio cables
Plug each of the two RCA splitter cables into the two RCA "Audio Out" connection ports on the rear of the device. An RCA splitter cable looks like a "Y," with the single, bottom connection plugging into the RCA out ports. This transforms the two RCA audio out connections (use by one device) into four connection ports.
Attach the two sets of RCA audio cables into the two "Audio Out" ports you've created.
Insert the opposite ends of the RCA audio ports into the two different devices (two cables into each device for stereo sound).
Turn on the equipment. The connected audio devices are now able to produce the audio signals at the same time.
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