|Another question that has no place here, hoping someone has some experience in home audio as well here.|
I was thinking of getting a gaming chair in the near future. Many of them are equipped with 2.1 systems in them and they usually have RCA inputs (and sometimes outputs) I'm looking at getting a Gamepod 1.5 which does not have outputs (which is alright, because that would be a hell of a mess anyways)
What I want to know is: I'm assuming that how the manufacturer intends you on using it is just hooking up the RCAs into the chair and being happy with that. Me on the other hand, I want not only sound to be routed into the chairs speakers, but into a 5.1 surround sound as well. Is there any means of achieving this?
Is there such a thing as a splitter that has a female white/red on one end then splits into 2 sets of male red/whites at the other? If anyone knows of one, please source.
Or is there a possibility that when running and HDMI cable from an Xbox360 into home audio receiver that I could not only source the audio to play over the surround sound and through a male red/white to male red/white for the chair to play simultaneously. (Basically asking if receivers are smart enough to play 2 different audio out sources at the same time)