Just how exactly do you propose to get a set of 5.1 earphones?
I imagine the subwoofer would become especially heavy after extended
Kidding aside, the diagram you have there isn't even a 5.1 system - it's
only a non-surround 3.1. I'm having trouble working out exactly what you're
trying to do there.
And - OMG, you can't just use diodes like that either! You'll need to use
op-amps. A search engine should help you.
Now I understand what you mean! I also obviously didnt realise that such a
headphone existed, the joke's on me after all...
So, I guess that by "using" diodes, you are saying that you want to isolate
the two systems, which is what you really should do, but the system should
work OK without it.
BTW, putting the sub channel to your 4 channel amp won't acheive anything in
particular, I don't think it's necessary. The only problem is combining the
centre channel to the 4 channel. Without a proper mixer, you'll probably end
up with garbage audio all round.
Why not try getting a 3,5mm stereo plug to double socket adaptor to your
front & rear channels, then run a 3,5mm to RCA to each input of your amp.
You'll get a lower level, but it should still work.
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