No surround effect :( :(

surya-1234

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I have a Philips HTS 5540 5.1 home theatre system,which i've connected to a pc through "Audio(red and white cables) RCA to aux cable".Sound is coming through every speaker there is no problem in that.But when i test my speakers for 5.1 surround test front right and left speakers are doing well but when it comes to rear right and left the sound is being emitted from front right and left speakers.What can i do to make the sound emit from rear right and left when i test them

My home theatre-https://www.philips.co.in/c-p/HTS5540_94/5.1-home-theater/specifications
 

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You have connected your sound system with stereo cable and expect 5.1 sound from it?
No, it doesn't work this way.

What are available audio outputs on your pc? Can you provide info about your pc? Motherboard model name?
Your 5.1 home theater system has digital coax audio input. You'll need to use that for 5.1 sound.
 

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You have connected your sound system with stereo cable and expect 5.1 sound from it?
No, it doesn't work this way.

What are available audio outputs on your pc? Can you provide info about your pc? Motherboard model name?
Your 5.1 home theater system has digital coax audio input. You'll need to use that for 5.1 sound.
 

surya-1234

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I have an Intel DH61WW motherboard-https://ark.intel.com/products/54876/Intel-Desktop-Board-DH61WW
 

surya-1234

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I appreciate your help.But in my region spdif to rca bracket costs a lot.So is there any way i could connect it through my graphics card ?.I have a ZOTAC 1050 Ti mini

Also can you link me some spdif to coaxial brackets

Can i use this cable-https://www.fiio.co.in/products/l21?utm_medium=cpc&utm_source=googlepla&variant=21256067141&gclid=EAIaIQobChMIp8D7pcis1wIVjDUrCh1RZgblEAQYASABEgKl5PD_BwE

or can i use this converter-https://www.amazon.in/Optical-Coaxial-Analog-Converter-Adapter/dp/B01GVJ7M2M?tag=googinhydr18418-21&tag=googinkenshoo-21&ascsubtag=c414b49f-ccde-41a2-94f0-da354924ee70
 

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Theoretically - yes. You'd need to cut off 3.5mm connector and connect appropriate wires to motherboard spdif connector.

No. This adapter is for converting digital audio to analog. You have no use for it.
 

surya-1234

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Got it!.Thank you so much for your time and patience really appreciate that :)
 

rajnarayanan.t

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Hi Surya,
Are you able to connect PC (SPDIF) to hometheater Digital Coaxial using FiiO L21 cable to get the 6 channel output (5.1)?
Please confirm.

 
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