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  1. #1 Something done for fun and now envy slim 
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    Took a spare aux stero cable i had and spliced it to two RFU plug ins (about 12 feet in length)

    Eventually for a school project gonna make a docking station for it

    (since I'm gonna have to learn RF control's anyway)

    And now i can use that to hear better sound on the tv only one problem though...

    For some reason my tv turns off the sound if i don't have something putting sound out (i just use my DVD player with a crap CD in it and use that for a visual and it works perfect now)

    Was easy as well
    didn't want to waste money on a 3.5 jack to RFU

    so if you have a aux cable (headphone wires are hard to mess with since there to small) just splice them on keeping original aux male as well
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    A Auxiliary cable is a cord that connects a mp3 player to a car (you know that little hole that say's AUX?)

    And a avi cord is a cord that most video game consoles have the red white and yellow plug ins at the end...

    connect them (loose to lose (ground) Red to red and white to white) and you have a aux cable that outputs the stereo sound to a tv)
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    Oh, you mean one of these?

    Audiogear.com
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    pretty much

    But these 2 mixed

    Amazon.com: Cables To Go - 21062 - 6ft 3.5mm M/M Stereo Audio Cable (Black): Electronics

    Amazon.com: RiteAV - Audio Video RCA Cable 6ft: Electronics

    not including the yellow cable

    and mine is like 12 feet instead of 8 inchs like that cable looks like


    Mine ended up costing a lot more though... + free since they were not needed anymore

    Gold Plated contact Belkin audio cable And a avi cord from a old dvd player
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    I got a 6 footer from Best Buy. It's 21 bucks. With my brothers discount, it came to 97 cents.
    Befriend someone at BestBuy, they can save you up to 600%, depending on the product and the manufacturer.
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