How To Connect 5.1 Speakers To Your Computer

If you want to enjoy movies and games these days you must have 6 channel sound system because all latest games and DVD movies are optimized and programmed to give a natural surround sound experience. If you have 5.1 speakers and don’t know how to connect it to your computer we’ll show you some easy steps on how to connect your speakers to computer the right way.

 

What Is A 5.1 Sound System ?

The number 5.1 means that you have six speakers arranged in a way that two are on the front, two are on the rear, one on the front center which is known as voice channel and one subwoofer to provide bass. So you have five speakers and one subwoofer, this makes 6 channel sound system 5.1.

 

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Difference Between Digital And Analogue Sound System

There are two kinds of 6-channel surround speakers: analog and digital. Analog speakers are cheaper compared to digital and can be installed on any PC while digital speakers require that you have a SPDIF output on your PC. If your PC has SPDIF output than you might want to use a digital system. The steps described here will be just the same, but instead of connecting your PC to a home theater receiver you will be connecting it to a digital 6-channel speakers system.

 

Know Your Speaker System

Generally in systems all the cables from the speakers are connected to the subwoofer which comes with a set of wires to connect, that includes : a power cord to connect the system to the AC outlet, a power connector to feed the subwoofer and the subwoofer wires. Your system should come with at least three set of cables for connecting your speaker system to your PC. These cables are usually colored to help with the installation.

 


Start Connecting

You should connect the cables matching the colors on the jacks located on the subwoofer. After connecting all these cable, its time to connect the rest of the cables like power, subwoofer and speakers. This is very easy if you pay attention to the subwoofer connection then you’d be able to follow the polarity that is written on the connectors. In the end, all your cables would be connected perfectly.

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The above pic shows you all the ports to connect the wires to with all the color coded mannerism.

Knowing Your Computer

All computers have atleast three connectors

  • Line-In.
  • Line-out.
  • Mic.

Computers with six channel audio systems have two more connectors, i.e

  • rear out.
  • center/subwoofer out.

You’ll need to make sure if you  have these extra connecters by checking the back side of your computer.

If your computer doesn’t have these two extra outputs: rear out and center/subwoofer out, it’s a disadvantage, you’d be able to connect your 5.1 anyway but you would require to use the line in and mic-in plugs as an alternative. Of course there is a really big disadvantage in using this configuration: you cannot use your microphone or line in inputs and your 5.1 speaker system at the same time. This is the reason that you should buy a motherboard with 5.1 system built in.

Configuration Of Computers With 5.1 Supporting Motherboards

  • Front cable: To Line out.
  • Rear cable: To the Rear-Out
  • Center/Subwoofer cable : To Center/Subwoofer Out.

Configuration Of Computers Without 5.1 Supporting Motherboards

  • Front cable: To Line-out.
  • Rear cable: To Line in.
  • Center/Subwoofer cable: To Mic-in.

Software Configuration

After every single connection has been made, its time to setup audio configuration in operating system. Since we had Realtec drivers on our PC, Double clicking it opened up Speaker Configuration tab. In various options you should select 6 channel mode for 5.1 speaker output and check Only surround-kit if your PC has the separated rear and center/subwoofer outputs and leave it if you don’t.

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Now everything is done, you are completely ready to enjoy surround sound experience and don’t forget to leave comments if you find this post useful.

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  • jjuc jr

    I have search the internet for soooooo long and this by far is the best / ultimate answer for the BIG QUESTION……HOW TO CONNECT 5.1 SPEAKER TO A LAPTOP ? ….. some suggested to buy USB Sound Card others say not possible due to only one output (headphone) is available in the laptop. The confusion arises on how to connect the three cables ( Front, Rear, Center/Subwoofer) from the 5.1 speakers to only one available output ( Headphone output )while the other 2 are input ( Mic input and Line In) in the laptop. Your solution was when you mentioned that the other2 inputs of the laptops can be configured as 2 outputs also….EUREKA ! ! !…., so the result is after configuring, there will be 3 outputs available instead of the original 1 output only. After the speaker config (REALTEK) the three outputs will now be FRONT, REAR, and CENTER/SUBWOOFER….problem solve. Thanks a lot…..no more buying additional gadgets/USB whatever. From the lonely deserts of KUWAIT CITY…Desert Rat Patrol over and out.

    • karthik

      Can you tell me how you configured your two laptop input as output.

      Thanks
      Karthik

    • jokuttan

      hi i am having one lenovo laptop.it is having only two out puts. that is one haed phone out. and one microphone out. unfortunately i purchased one creative 5.1 home theatre system.it is having three cables. then how i connected this home theatre system to my laptop. somebody told me purchase one usb sound card,
      and some body told me you can t able to connect. and somebody told me that you can connect easily with the help of connector. but you may get only 2.1 out put. due to theese reasons i am totally confused. weather we can able to connect or not? can you help me plasae……..

      • Sanoj

        Did you find the solution?
        I'm facing the same issue, can you help in resolving it

        • Lokisugar

          Did you get an answer?  Thanks!

      • rahul

        i also want solution on dis same please help

    • boy gaspar

      Hi, i am having laptop and OS is Vista Basic, it is having only one mic input and one audio output. . unfortunately i purchased one creative 5.1 home theatre system with three cables. My question is how to connect this to laptop. Can it be able to connect or not? Please help.
      Thanks

      • Dileep

         buy a 5.1 sound card and install its drivers on sytem then it works dude

    • Daboy

      kabayan talagang OK ba ang 5.1 sorround mo kahit laptop ang gamit, paano mo na connect sa laptop dalawa lang ang jack 1 for headphone 1 is for mic, kasi tatlo yong jack ng 5.1 green yelow at saka black yong isa e disable mo saan po ang hindi e connect?

      • Martin

        If you dont want to have the highest quality you can at least make 4 speakers and sub work by simply connecting cables from sub to the easy switch that people use for phones to listen to music with two pairs of headphones. Don’t know but it should work fine with all 3 cables if you find that kind of switch that has 3 inputs :)

  • MH

    “Since we had Realtec drivers on our PC, Double clicking it opened up Speaker Configuration tab. ”

    What version of Realtek drivers was this demonstration done with?

  • vijay

    Thank u bro……

  • http://yahoo.com/ Pr

    I have a lenovo G550 laptop. I already own an INTEX IT-4800 5.1 home theatre. The laptop has only one output for headphone, one input for mic.
    The 5.1 has two modes, a single wire input or a 3-wire input. In both modes we can have SONGS ON ALL SPEAKERS.
    Surprisingly, the jacks are same 3.5 mm like the headphone.
    Yes, It is possible to connect directly, but The question is, is there any damage to my laptop if I DIRECTLY CONNECT my LAPTOP to the home theatre ?

    • http://www.facebook.com/ToddRLittleton Todd Littleton

      no
      THere is no return signal. you can hook the wire from your laptop to any input on any piece of equipment and have no problems.

  • Pr

    Connecting the headphone OUT of laptop to AUX input on creative WOOFER with single cable is the easiest solution to connect home theatre to a LAPTOP.

  • Pr

    Connecting the headphone OUT of laptop to AUX input on creative WOOFER with single cable is the easiest solution to connect home theatre to a LAPTOP.

  • Pr

    Connecting the headphone OUT of laptop to AUX input on creative WOOFER with single cable is the easiest solution to connect home theatre to a LAPTOP.

  • terrano

    This board is kinda old, I know but… I got one question… Should subwoofer have sound in 5.1 configuration ? As I don't hear any sound from it, just enormous bass. I guess it's fine though, I'd like to fix it so that subwoofer would have sound with bass.

    • PM4465

      Terrano, a subwoofer IS a bass speaker. it's not intended to play all audio ranges. just bass. it's meant to make that bass audio really thump out and be loud enough to be felt.

  • educal

    Thanks! Had no idea how to do this, and your instructions make it quite simple.

  • Rameshwar Pooniya

    very helpful………thanks a lot

  • Omah

    Excellent advice re laptop connection

    Many Thanks

  • Jeff

    hi i was wondering if anyone knows the wiring diagram for a 3 plug 5.1 surround sound card so i can make my own cables as long as i need so i can plug my desktop into my 5.1 surround sound system. my computer has the 3 plugs blue green and pink and i read the manuel and found out that the sound cards is a 6 channel sound card but i need to find out the wiring for each one one plug is front the other is rear and the last plugin is for center/sub. please help and msg me back r_n_r at live dot ca

  • Jeff

    hi i was wondering if anyone knows the wiring diagram for a 3 plug 5.1 surround sound card so i can make my own cables as long as i need so i can plug my desktop into my 5.1 surround sound system. my computer has the 3 plugs blue green and pink and i read the manuel and found out that the sound cards is a 6 channel sound card but i need to find out the wiring for each one one plug is front the other is rear and the last plugin is for center/sub. please help

  • rajiv

    guys this portal is helpful, i connected my 5.1 hometheater to my Mac desktop using this idea.
    Thanks a lot

  • arungeorge

    hey… i formated my pc… but i dont have my driver disk… i downloaded most of them and its working perfectly except for my 5.1… which driver should i install..??.. right now the realtek i hav shows only upto 2 speaker configuration… and as a result only 2 of my 5 speakers r working… pls do reply soon..

  • Susan

    Question: I have an antique laptop with (4) USB Ports and only a blue (computer component) and round (also computer component) jacks on the back. I see that connecting a subwoofter to the phone jack is not ideal as the subwooffer is used primarily to boost the base. However, in the interim, will this work to get more powerful sound out of my laptop for now until I win the lottery or something? Is there any other option that I am missing? I would like to use the music on my laptop (or MP3) for dancing at parties.

  • David

    I’ve been looking for the answer to the question: how do I assign the Line in and Mic in ports? You partially answered the question with your Realtek Picture, but the Realtek i have doesn’t have that part which assigns the Mic and Line in to speakers. I have an Acer aspire 5920G notebook and i had Vista originally and then wiped my computer and installed 7 because something was wrong with it. Do you know how i can get any program that will assign those two ports to be speakers? Thanks.

  • Jan

    This advice was helpful, but there is a but :s.. I have a HP Pavilion dv7 notebook Laptop. And there are three 3.5mm inputs on my computer. Mic in, headphones, and another I don’t know what is for. And the computer has an IDT Audio Driver.
    My problem is that I’ve tried every single combinations of inputs, plug ins and driver options, but still my Logitech X-540 5.1 speaker won’t work. Ive checked for driver updates etc , but It says that all drivers are up to date. what am I going to do to get them work ?
    Thank you.

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    Connecting the headphone OUT of laptop to AUX input on creative WOOFER with single cable is the easiest solution to connect home theatre to a LA

  • Robert

    Now that the 5.1 speakers are attached to my computer, I would like to run the audio out from my TV and from my Blu-ray player into the computer to play over the 5.1 speakers.

    What methods can transport all of the channels from the player and/or TV to the PC? I only have a 3.5mm line in on my old Creative Audigy 2ZS card, but maybe I can repurpose some of the other inputs (e.g. mic) as was done here?

    The TV has outs for optical and for RCA (the standard red/white 2-plug RCA) while the Blu-Ray has optical, 2-plug RCA, and 6-plug RCA for 7.1, and HDMI outputs.

    I have some 2-plug RCA to 3.5 mm cables–if I run sound out from the Blu-ray into the TV via HDMI, that should get all the channels from the Blu-Ray to the TV, but then can I just use a 2-plug RCA connection from the TV into the single 3.5mm line-in on my sound card and get all of the channel data?

    Any advice appreciated.

    • nitin

      hi i am having one lenovo laptop.it is having only two out puts. that is one haed phone out. and one microphone out. unfortunately i purchased one creative 5.1 home theatre system.it is having three cables. then how i connected this home theatre system to my laptop. somebody told me purchase one usb sound card,
      and some body told me you can t able to connect. and somebody told me that you can connect easily with the help of connector. but you may get only 2.1 out put. due to theese reasons i am totally confused. weather we can able to connect or not? can you help me plasae……

  • salman

    @arun : select 6chspeaker under the Audio I/O tab in realtek. Then u wil find all 5 speakers working ..:-)

  • Hari

    Hey, I have a new Dell Studio 15 laptop, with 3 audio outputs (one for mic). But when I plug in my Creative 5.1 speakers’ 3 jacks onto this all the speakers do not work. I presume this is because one of them is mic port. How to rectify this?

  • http://www.vasanthammobiles.blogspot.com karthikeyan

    I connected my 5.1 hometheater to my Mac desktop using this idea.
    Thanks

  • http://blog.rainer-flame.com rainer

    right now, there is mainboard with 5.1 dedicated sound card, so its getting easier to get hi def multimedia from your pc

  • colosos70

    Read all this but i haven’t found an answer to this question:
    I have an Acer 5738g laptop that has HDMI and SP/DIF outputs. I want to connect to my Sony STR-DE875 AV Amplifier which is old but does decode DTS and Dolby Digital Sound. It has digital coaxial and optical digital toslink connections (along with the regular phonos of course).
    I have some Mission 5.1 surround speakers connected to the speaker terminals on the amp.
    These are not PC speakers, just regular Hi-Fi speakers.
    Now, what cable can I use to connect the laptop to the amp and get DIGITAL 5.1/DTS sound?
    The SP/DIF sockets on the laptop are 3.5″ headphone types coloured blue, pink and black.
    I can get analogue sound via just the headphone jack which comes thru all 5 speakers but this is not Digital.
    I wanna get the DTS processor in the amp to decode the sound from the laptop but i need the right cable. I think i can figure out the software settings once I have that.
    Any ideas greatly appreciated!!

  • Raghav

    thnx thnx thnx a lot :)
    searching for a long time how to connect the speakers :D thnx a lot.

  • gg
  • AJAYKUMAR

    Hi,
    i tried all the possible guidelines provided above , however was unsuccessful.
    i have Philips DSP 2500, 5.1 Channel speaker system and the PC has 3 outputs on the back side. i purchased the cables mentioned above 1-1 but no luck. please guide to a resolution.

    • Kishor

      how many ports do you have at the back of philips dsp 2500 ?

      • kunal

        dsp 2500 has 3 ports….green blue and yellow….named as 2.1 ch input, 5.1 ch input and cnt/sub respectively……….

  • iyappan

    hai

    how i connect to creative 5.1 speaker in intel 41rq mother board, because creative speaker inspiron 6160 model is 3 connectors but i connected woofer is not working please give me a tips
    thank u

  • Dan

    Hi
    I have 5.1 speakers that I’m trying to connect to my pc, but the only input sockets are “Left” and “Right” – no Front In, Rear In or Center/Sub In. How would I connect this to a Realtek sound card with only the three Pink, Green and Blue sockets?

  • jeetesh varma

    thankyou……. so,,,….. much for thih information

  • rishi

    1st of all , thank u for the information but my problem is, my 4.1 speakers were working while I had installed windows XP but when I installed windows7, two speakers are working and rest are not and I tried a lot to fix this problem but dint succeed. So can you please suggest how to fix this problem?

  • vignesh

    thank uuuuuuuu sooooooooo muchhhhhhhhhh……………………..i thought to buy sound card..but u made it very simple……….great work carry on…………..

  • Mano

    Thank you so much!!!

  • sunil

    how to connection in 5.1 sound. please tell me in careful.

  • sunil

    how to connection cable in 5.1 sound card. I have software 3 types. which is software use in my computer.

  • Shyam

    Same Problem……………………
    hi i am having one lenovo laptop.it is having only two out puts. that is one haed phone out. and one microphone out. unfortunately i purchased one creative 5.1 home theatre system.it is having three cables. then how i connected this home theatre system to my laptop. somebody told me purchase one usb sound card,
    and some body told me you can t able to connect. and somebody told me that you can connect easily with the help of connector. but you may get only 2.1 out put. due to theese reasons i am totally confused. weather we can able to connect or not? can you help me plasae……

  • Vikram Choubey

    not working! help please!

  • vidyasagar

    my inspire T6060 model nt working,my MB is gigabyte 41 series

    plzzzzzzzzzzzz help me

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  • Dee

    You can’t get the best 5.1 channel sound experiences except your computer have proper sound card on your CPU that support for 5.1 or 7.1 channel output.

    Find out the best surround sound headset on http://www.surroundsoundheadset.net

  • ajay kumar singh

    hi i am having one lenovo laptop.it is having only two out puts. that is one haed phone out. and one microphone out. unfortunately i purchased one creative 5.1 home theatre system.it is having three cables. then how i connected this home theatre system to my laptop,,,,,,,,,,plz help me very soon
    thanks

    • Scott

      Hi to hook your laptop up to your 5.1 system take the three cables from the speakers, place the green one in your headphone socket, the black one in line out and the orange cable into the mic in socket. This should work but i’m not sure if this gives Digital Output, does anybody know if it does?

  • ajay kumar singh

    hi i am having one lenovo laptop.it is having only two out puts. that is one haed phone out. and one microphone out. unfortunately i purchased one creative 5.1 home theatre system.it is having three cables. then how i connected this home theatre system to my laptop

  • Aniruddha

    I read the complete artical , Q n A . I learnt , if I buy creative t6100 which has 3 cables , it will work with my dell N5010. This laptop has only two 3.5 ports . One for mic as i/p and other for headfones as o/p.
    So if I connect two cables on these two ports , will the creative t6100 home theater work? And if I plug in only green cable into headphone out , will all the speakers (six) work?

  • Aniruddha

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    By making this connection , does all speakers work of creative Home Theater.

  • Asad Tariq

    Hey, the idea that u gave helped me very much & with the idea i connected my 5.1 with the computer.

    Thank’s a lot

  • Douglas Martin

    Solved! As always the instructions on the speaker pamphlet were next to useless – your explanation and photos sorted it out quickly. Thanks.

  • munisvaran

    hi i have lcd tv with optical pin but i have normal 5.1 home theater so how can i connect optical to home theater is there any option for optical to 5.1 channel output

  • Shamsher

    I purchased intex 4650 elegant 5.1 but my laptop is 2.1 which has one output and one mice slot. Kindly tell me how to make subwoofer + speakers work together.

    • prakash

      dear u need to put a 5.1 sound card to ur pc for better sound quality

  • karthik

    Let Me check this configuration wheather this will work out … I ll check and live a good comment!!! ONthis

  • kostha

    WHat is that aux means?

    • Express man

      that z ……………………………

  • surya karteek

    It was very useful. Thanks for your post

  • Zorkz

    I do not have a 5.1 supporting motherboard, I do however have a 5.1 system, I did not know you could plug the different cables into ports such as Line-in and Mic-in, surely that wouldn’t work? Hmm, I will try this tomoro and let you guys know.

  • nagen chettri

    Even i am having a same problem that in window 7, 5.1 speaker is not working, only two speaker is working that also in rear right and rear left, but not in other hole. And also Speaker Configuration tab i am not getting in window 7 like in xp Speaker Configuration tab is automatically install when i install audio driver so please kindly help me with the images or diagram

    Thank you

    • ajay

      but how can you tell me pls

  • Serfuddin

    Excellent and very simple way

  • subhakar

    thank u BOSS

  • logen

    i just bought myself a sound card for my pc and it make the quality of you system so much better that without the card, i never thought it would make such a big difference.

  • shankar

    Can you anyone help me on this?

    I have a problem with my creative speakers; that power controler is not working; so the speakers not getting power supply. Can i work the speakers with out power controler? is there any option to connect the speakers directly?

    Thanks in advance

    Shankar

  • pritesh

    i don’t know motherboard suported 5.1 sound card ya not.
    how can i check?????

  • Anurag

    i m nt hvng 5.1 sound card on my pc……if i would buy it how much it will cost and what i will do with that old 2.1 sound card……it will remain there or it will be removed….?????? Is there any 5.1 external sound card like ext hard drives…….PLZ reply///i really need help///

  • Dhananjay Kadam

    I purchesed new PC but problem with home theatre there is a only one pin for home theatre as green my Laptop plays a home theatre but PC with win7 wont work there are three port for CPU at back and two at front I connected to all but it not working but PC shows as working a DIGITAL AUDIO DEVICE please help me ////I really in problem………..

  • Mani

    Hi sir
    how to assemble the 5.1subwoofer?
    Using component list &board name

  • aretoussa

    Thanks for your help!! :)

  • Ali

    I purchased SBS A520 5.1 but my computer is 2.1 which has one output and one mice slot. Kindly tell me how to make subwoofer + speakers work together.

  • Rambabu

    I have Philips dvd player(dvp3588) with dts option & Philips Multimedia speakers(dsp6500) with 6500 PMPO watt. When I am trying to change the audio option from DOLBY to DTS, the speakers are not showing any difference in the audio even the disc has DTS option. Inorder to show difference in the audio, what i have to do? Kindly suggest. Do I need to change my system to HTS model in Philips itself.

  • Suyash Nachankar

    I have Creative SBS 500 5.1 Channel Home Theater Speakers System.It has 3 inputs for Front + Sub-woofer, Center + Sub-woofer & Rear + Sub-woofer(as normal).Whenever I connect all these three cables at appropriate jacks to my PC, I could get sound output only from the 2 Front Speakers & Sub-woofer.This means that the other two inputs do not work.I also had changed the settings to 5.1 channels output option in the Audio Configuration Manager but still it doesn’t work.Please help me to find the solution for my this problem.
    Thanking You in Anticipation !!!

  • rodrigo

    eu tenho um nootebok como eu faço pra
    conectar um sub wooferr nele vc pode
    me ajuda?

  • swagatam kundu

    is it supporttable to laptops.pls rpl.my id is skundu012@gmail.com.

  • swagatam kundu

    is sound card is needed for laptop support for creative inspire t6160 5.1 sound system

  • swagatam kundu

    can the external sound card can be got pls rpl i really need ur help

  • Ben

    i have 5 spekers & subwoofers of sony with me…..can i connect this to my pc in 5.1 configuration??????……the home theater system doeasnt have any 5.1 input to it…..so i want to connnect the speakers independently…..how can i do this….

  • Unnamed

    Now everything is clear! Thanks

  • Ajit

    how to connect (Creative SBS A520 Multimedia 5.1 Speakers System Sub Woofer)to LCD with single pin. pls. give me name of the pin so i can Purchase in market.

  • Musicfont

    Excelent !!!… just what i needed, pristine explanation, accurate and usefull

  • Scott Baluch

    Fantastic post, thanks for making it simple to us dummies.

  • Ashleycass_91

    I really appreciate…the information in this article!!!!

    its been of soo much help to me!!!
    i almost searched the entire internet…and no where could i find such an informative and easy with pictures, solution!!!

    thank you!!!

  • Mr72murali

    i really enjoyed this thanx

  • Mr72murali

    i really enjoyed this thanx

  • Guesting

    Helpful

  • Srisrikanth75

    Thank you to whoever it is ,i m really happy with the above information.

  • Antony_feelme

     please some one help me, i am antony from chennai bought sony ID7000 5.1 speaker after seeing this page to connect it to my desktop computer, my system config : intel 55tc motherboard, I3 intel processor, when i connect my speakers into desktop as they given above, bought three pair of 3.5 mm male to stereo RCA cable, i connect into my system line out and line in and mic in, to front, rear, center & subwoofer in dvd option, but front left and right only working, when i enquired this into sony they said u can connect only inthe option of AUX mode and u ll get only 2.1 channel effect, its not possible to connect spealers into system line IN and mic in as u given above….

    please assist me all the person who are in ths page please please

  • Nel

    My question was, how to connect 2 extra speakers to a 5.1 Home Theater system.
    Many thanks.
    Nel.

  • Sachinbalusu

    its superb post thanks a lott….

  • Rosswensor

    Thanks so much its working really well and i will get a Motherboard with surround sound in the future
    Ross Tauranga

  • Rosswensor

    Thanks so much its working really well and i will get a Motherboard with surround sound in the future
    Ross Tauranga

  • OMGWTFBBQ

    For the people asking about the 5.1 computer speakers that they want connected to their laptop. I believe the cheapest way to get the actual (not faked) 5.1 is to use a PCI slot for HDMI (with audio) out with a HDMI to (probably your 3 color jacks) or whatever needs to go in your speakers. Or if you have an HDMI out you have 5.1 right there. You just need a cable from HDMI to the jacks you need.

    If this helps you. Be thankful to the website that i could post here without having to sign up or become a member or something. Because i would have been too lazy to post an answer.

  • http://www.facebook.com/himanshumehani Himanshu Mehani

    Exactly what i was looking for. But I have a query, this article is regarding a computer and realtek audio, but my laptop envy 15 has beats audio and there is no setting other than stereo. Is this laptop not capable of multi channel audio or i have to do some work around to make it play 5.1 audio for my 5.1 philips speaker?
    P.S. my laptop has three ports, two for headphones and one for mic.

  • Epub_jobs

    Excellent. Very Useful. Keep teach others who doesn’t know these kind of informations. Congrats.
    Maris Ramiah

  • Asishjune

    thanku

  • Ai Sm

    thanks very much

  • yogi

    very good

  • shiva

    thank u soo much ….

  • Alain

    Wow this was really helpfull, thanks! It is verry clear with the pictures. Thanks a lot!

  • http://www.facebook.com/er.piyushkumr Kumar Piyush

    Tis is really really very Helpul …
    thankx for the Awesome info

  • ce4ces@gmail.com

    excellent demonstration. keep up the good work.

  • anonymous

    hi boss, its very use full and well explained by you.:)

  • Zhi Qin

    Whats the program name for the picture at the system configuration?

  • http://www.facebook.com/deepak.j94 Deepak JB

    hi i have a problem. i have a assembled pc i followed these steps correctly but whenever i turn off and restart only one set speakers are working.what could be the reason? any solution for it?

  • Sid

    How do I connect my mobile with 5.1 home spreaker system?

  • Sikander Shaikh

    ok guy here is the one problem which i cant get solution.

    ( with my 5.1 in-built sound card on my motherboard )

    i cant get 5.1 effects from my speakers .

    my setup goes like this.

    I have

    Sony DVD player cant remember which model but have all connectivity on it ..

    back side of the dvd normal speaker connection & one HDMI connector & one red withe out.

    40″ sony bravie t.v

    My T.v is connected to my pc with HDMI cable which i get audio video both from it .

    an Aux port on tv is connected to my dvd. red withe cabel which is connected to my DVD player. from that i can listen all my speaker if turn to tv mode on dvd player. when i listen music or watch 5.1 format movies on my pc. but the thing is that sound is equally distributed to all speaker. cant have 5.1 experiences while watching movies.

    so any one out there with this kind of problem . or any solutions for it ….

    basically i want my pc to give 5.1 Dolby digital surround sound out while watching movies. from my dvd player

    is there any cable or convector or anything els.

    how can i do it any help………

  • Sikander Shaikh

    ok guy here is the one problem which i cant get solution.

    ( with my 5.1 in-built sound card on my motherboard )

    i cant get 5.1 effects from my speakers .

    my setup goes like this.

    I have

    Sony DVD player cant remember which model but have all connectivity on it ..

    back side of the dvd normal speaker connection & one HDMI connector & one red withe out.

    40″ sony bravie t.v

    My T.v is connected to my pc with HDMI cable which i get audio video both from it .

    an Aux port on tv is connected to my dvd. red withe cabel which is connected to my DVD player. from that i can listen all my speaker if turn to tv mode on dvd player. when i listen music or watch 5.1 format movies on my pc. but the thing is that sound is equally distributed to all speaker. cant have 5.1 experiences while watching movies.

    so any one out there with this kind of problem . or any solutions for it ….

    basically i want my pc to give 5.1 Dolby digital surround sound out while watching movies. from my dvd player

    is there any cable or convector or anything els.

    how can i do it any help………

    • vijander

      Answer: Ok Please Note Couple of things very clear.

      You need to have internal 5.1 channel card for desktop.

      Always buy same company sound card and speakers.

      For laptops you need to have external usb 5.1 sound card but again of same company.

      Once you install sound card software it gives you configuring options use them

  • prasad

    hi i have lenovo mother board and i recenty bought 5.1 speakers in that only 2 chanels are woking plse give suggestion

  • Akshit Verma

    how to connect my 5.1 channel surround sound system in my airtel high definition set top box

  • Naresh

    Yes this is tips what i want thank you

  • Babu

    Thanks man…