Is there a way to stream the music on my Karma into my PC?
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So, as I'm browsing the music from my Karma will be coming through my speakers?
 
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My stab in the dark would to try using the network capabilities and using winamp or whatever to play the songs off the "External" hard-drive.
 
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Originally Posted by =w=
So, as I'm browsing the music from my Karma will be coming through my speakers?


Run a cable from your Karma's line out (I believe it's on the Karma's dock, you may need a RCA connect) to your soundcard line in. I used to keep a mini stereo cable permanently plugged into my soundcard's in, until Creative developed new software which runs the audio from my NJB3 through my firewire connection to my soundcard.
 
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Originally Posted by Luke
Run a cable from your Karma's line out (I believe it's on the Karma's dock, you may need a RCA connect) to your soundcard line in. I used to keep a mini stereo cable permanently plugged into my soundcard's in, until Creative developed new software which runs the audio from my NJB3 through my firewire connection to my soundcard.


If you did that you may as well pull the connection to the speakers from the soundcard and plug it in the player
Let's call these last two answers from us the 'DUH' answers
 
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