How do you connect a Compaq laptop to a Technics stereo system to listen to the music stored on the Windows media player through a surround sound system?
Your laptop should have a plug for a stereo miniature phone jack, which is the same type used for stereo headphones. A patch cable which has this type of plug at one end, and a pair of RCA plugs at the other is widely available. By pluging the miniature phone jack into the laptop, and the RCA plugs into the input jacks of the stereo, you should be able to listen to the laptop over the stereo. This solution works, but the sound output through the headphone jack for most laptops is equalized for headphones. It is heavy on the base and light on higher frequencies. It will not be satisfactory for many people.
When attempting to connect to a Windows XP from a Leopard mac over local server what username and password are you supposed to enter in the prompt the user acc info doesnt work?
Is this is possible to connect two computers with LAN having different Operating System like one have Windows XP and other have Windows 7?
Yes,we can connect windows xp and windows7 pcs through LAN.but in both of the pcs the firewall should be off.We can connect windows PC and Linux PC also.but we should have to install samba server in Linux PC.samba server acts as an interface between the windows and Linux platform.I have answer this question as of my knowledge.please send me an acknowledgement if it need s any corrections. Thanks Rajesh
You have cable box DVD wsurround sound all connected to tv you want to add the vcr to this and be able to tape from cable what is the best way to connect the vcr in with the rest should you run coax?
You unhook the connection from the cable box to the TV and connect it to the VCR input. You purchase a short cable and install it from the VCR output to where the cable was connected to the TV. The TV will get the cable box signal through the VCR with no problem when you are not using the VCR. If the cable box was connected to the surround sound or Home Theater and then…
Who makes a home theatre system that has an optical connection so I can connect my tv and have sound through the surround sound system?
.NET Messenger service is an Instant Messaging Program. It was earlier known as MSN Messenger. Another name for this service offered by Microsoft which is more in use is Windows Live. Anyone with a valid Windows LIve ID can connect through this program and communicate with other people signed in through the same channel. For more details, see related links.
You cannot add an external reverb to a surround sound (Dolby Digital or DTS) signal connected through the digital input, such as a DVD player. Many receivers can add reverb and ambient echo to the sound themselves to emulate different venues. If you want reverb for your voice for karaoke, you can do this inside the DVD player or by adding an external reverb processor that adds effects to the microphone cable signal.
A network card, either wireless or lan, would connect to a router, which would connect you to other computers, and also connect to a modem which connects you to the internet. i.e. if you connect to another computer on your network, it goes through your network card to the router to the other computer. If you view a webpage, it goes through your network card through the router through the modem to the internet.
Normally an additional external device, such as a network router, is the preferred solution. If you do not have a router, then you can use one computer to connect to the Internet directly, and the other computer can connect through the first one to gain Internet access. Naturally, the specifics depend on the operating system, such as Windows, Mac, or Linux.
there are many ways a computer can connect to a server such as a crossover cable which is where you directly connect to the server a network where you will have a switch where the server and computer connect to each other through the switch and last over the internet such as connecting to a web server through a browser