Nadia - I don't know. I haven't tried it yet. My computer is nowhere hear my stereo.
I'm not sure if this belongs here or in the A/V room.
I've measured the new set of bookshelves I recently finished building, and it looks like my stereo, which is currently in the living room, can be moved into my computer room and put onto said bookshelves.
My old amplifier has two sets of speaker outputs, and I have two sets of speakers, so I am thinking to have one set of speakers, say the "A" set, in the computer room, and the "B" set in the living room. Cabling for the speakers could be handled by solid core telephone wires, which I have a large spool of.
The proximity of the stereo to the PC would allow me to test out taking the mixer output into the computer's Line Input connector, with appropriate cabling, of course.
This is exciting. :-)
Made progress today on moving the stereo. I'm glad the final amplifier supports both and A set and a B set of speakers, as well as my old Pioneer headphones. :-)
Now I need to "stretch" some speaker cables to the B set that I cut a few feet too short.
Hooking up the stereo to the computer will come later.
Can you please move my last posted message to A/V Talk room then, IG ??
I love The Rutles' parody of A Day In The Life.
Particularly, the last night.
Poll-based contest of who of Fall Out Boy, Jose Gonzalez, Slumber Party, or Yat-Kha (who feature a Tuvan throat singer) has the best cover of Love Will Tear Us Apart:
The Yat-Kha entry is rather amazing. Different sound, but same sort of effect as Laibach covering the Let It Be album.
This is kind of interesting:
The Beatles may make a deal with iTunes to sell their music online.
This comes after The Beatles (via Apple Corps Records) sued Apple for breaking a deal made decades ago that Apple Computers would not break into the music industry.
This is kind of cool.
An analysis of The Battle of Evermore by Led Zepplin, and how it compares to Tolkien's Lord of the Rings trilogy.
I love listening to the Circlesong album by Bobby McFerrin.
If for no other reason because I like to imagine my own lyrics for the nonsense syllables he's using.
I have this extremely demented version of "Moon Over Bourbon Street" running through my head.
It's as if Sting were both drunk and retarded, as it plays in my head right now.
Well, at the time I don't think he was.
Saw newcomer SJ Tucker (otherwise known as Skinny White Chick) tonight. And Damn, is she GOOD! The woman has a voice on her that just won't quit....and she knows how to pull off silly, as well as serious.
Check her out! http://www.skinnywhitechick.com/music.php
A gentle and heartwarming reminder of the reason for this season, as presented by a corporate executive with more money than sense.
Let this gift be between us, and only us.