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Hooking your computer audio up to your stereo amplifier.

Displayed above is a Radio Shack 6-Ft. Gold Series Phono-to-1/8" Y-Adapter, Model: 42-2551, Catalog #: 42-2551. The 1/8 stereo plug goes into either the computers stereo line-out, speaker out or headphone out jacks. The RCA plugs go into an available stereo RCA input jacks in the rear of the amplifier (except phonograph input - do NOT plug into the phonograph input).

After this has been accomplished, turn on your amplifier, volume low, and select the proper input. After adjusting the volume to a comfortable listening level, your stereo amplifier will now become your Old Time Radio.

Make sure you have the latest version of your media players installed.

This will save you a LOT of grief when it comes time to play these files. There are two audio file types that are on this site, WMA and MP3. for playing the MP3 files, I have had the best luck with the Quicktime player at http://www.apple.com/quicktime
For playing the WMA files, I have had the best luck with Windows Media Player at http://www.microsoft.com/windows/windowsmedia/player/11

These are just suggestions and you may have other players which will work just as well.