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Dolby 5.1 on Mac Mini


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I bought these speakers for my PC awhile ago, and I want to hook them up to my Mac Mini so I don't have to turn on my PC to listen to music. The problem is, there are separate wires for front, rear and subwoofer/center. The Mac Mini only has one input. Is there a way to combine all of them into one or is 5.1 just not supported on the Mini?

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