I've AV cable up so that the picture one goes into the TV and the other two go into the 'home cinema' thingy I've just bought.
I think it's just doing left/right at the moment, how do I get it to do surround?
I've got a 5.1 surround sound system so it should work, shouldn't it?
I've read you need a decoder of some sort, yet I can't find anything...
Do I need a proper scart lead to do this? Or is the bog standard one the reason for only the left/right sound?
I've hooked mine up to the stereo speakers and they will be mounted on the wall sometime :)
Not sure if it allows a TRUE 60hz picture though..
The only way to get proper surround sound is to buy a big fat scart lead, and not the RGB one that you get free with the Gamecube.
That's what I think...
Unless I didn't set it up correctly, that might be the reason.
Time to give it a go.
It might be because I'm connecting to it though the AUX connection, as in the red and white cables...
If it comes with two audio out wires, and it has an in and out port at the back, you could put the audio out from the Gamecube into the audio in on the sound system, then put the audio out cables from the sound system into the scart lead for the GC along with the video cable.
Mines came with a GC adapter, so I had no problems.