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How to split audio into multiple channels from optical S/PDIF or 1/8"?
I have a motherboard which has an optical S/PDIF output or 1/8". I'd like to "split" that signal into the appropriate channels so that I can then connect that to the wires behind my car's headunit ...
Aug 25 '11 at 23:11
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