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Old 16 May 2012, 18:59   #1152
Mr B
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Originally Posted by kipper2k View Post
It doesn't create a failure point as the audio can simply be taken from the original audio jacks. it is just an optional hookup to reduce wiring from the back of the Amiga. Using an original HDMI cable will not even include the audio as the cable itself needs to be modified
I was refering to where the audio is extracted from your (or someone's home made) custom cable. If the joining point of the cable isn't a failure-point, then what is, ever.
Again, as said, hardly something critical.

Originally Posted by paulo_becas View Post
So the diference is the audio... and the jacks on the amiga, still work with this adapter?
They are untouched.

Originally Posted by paulo_becas View Post
I like to have a good pair of speakers connected to the amiga instead of having the sound on the TV.
Your still going to have to hook the sound to something, the sound isn't a part of the stream over the HDMI cable, Kipper2K just selected a pair of unused wires, and made them available to the user, so they can hook the audio up inside the Amiga. It saves you a cable from the Amiga, and over to the media corner where the TV, and stereo are, but you still need to hook the sound up the same way you would if you had drawn a separate cable for the sound. It's all about neatness.
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