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  1. My apologies if this has already been discussed, but I couldn't find a relevant solution. I'm running Windows 10 and Raspbian Wheezy on a Pi Model B in a network setup. I can get sound output from both devices through the PC speakers. Normally, my PC speakers are connected to the PC. The Pi output is to my monitor speakers via the HDMI cable (since my PC speakers have only one input). If I want to listen to the Pi audio through the PC speakers, I have to switch the speaker audio output cable from the PC to the PI audio output jack, which means I can only listen to the PC output through the monitor speakers. Will a simple one-to-two audio cable splitter box allow me to eliminate the monitor speakers and use the PC speakers for both outputs? Thanks for any help provided. Steve