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    Question Audio Hardware
    Hey everyone,

    was wondering if anyone witha bit of knowledge could help me.

    On my mac mini i am currently using a jack splitter that can be used on iPods to allow two pairs of headphones to be used on the same iPod. I am using it on the audio output of the mac mini so i can use two pairs of speakers and effectively have 7.2 surround. The sound is awesome but i am wondering if using this will overload the audio output and mayeb burn it out because this would not be good!!

    any ideas? :headphone

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    makwanad's Avatar
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    Jan 13, 2006
    Huntingdon A.K.A. "Skagtown of the UK"
    eMac 1gb RAM 80gb HD, Superdrive, iPod video 30gb
    What specs are the speakers you are using? What specs are the audio output of the mini?

    Once you have compared these then you will know!
    Back with the mac!

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