What is a computer receiver?
A receiver is a hardware module or device used to receive signals of different kinds, depending on the context of the application. It may receive analog electromagnetic signals or waves, or digital signals through wired media.
Do you need a receiver for PC?
Going with a receiver will ensure that you have all the most popular sound formats covered, and in terms of flexibility, a receiver will let you use your desktop speakers or upgrade to hi-fi speakers. Receivers also provide significantly more power output, and allow you to connect more devices.
Can you hook up a receiver to a computer?
Going from the receiver/preamp to your computer, an RCA jack stereo cable which plugs into the “line” input of your computer’s sound card completes the circuit. Most computers have 3.5mm (1/8”) stereo mini jack inputs, so a Mini Jack to Dual RCA cable is what you would need to connect them.
What are receiver used for?
What is a receiver? Receivers are literally the brain of a home theatre system. They connect all of the components of your home theatre, seamlessly integrate them, and simplify the process to enjoy music or movies at home.