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Up until the other day, the following set up worked great.   I connected by HT Omega eClaro Sound card to a Klipsch ProMedia DD5.1 Pre/Pro Decoder  (via optical cable) which in turn connected to both a Polk PSW10 Sub via RCA Cable and an ATI AT602 Amp (via RCA cables) which drove 2 Polk Monitor 40 speakers.   The remote to the Klipsch stopped working and unfortunately, there is no other way to control the Klipsch without it.   The question is what is a good economical fix for this that provides equivalent quality sound and still allows me to control the volume with the PC?


-Do I need the Klipsch in the middle?  Can I directly connect the sound card to the Sub and AMP?   (I realize I need cables that split into 2 RCA Connectors for the AMP)

-Is there a device on the market that works the same way as the Klipsch?   

-Any chance someone knows how to program a universal remote to mimic the Klipsch remote?

-Would I be better off purchasing AudioEngine 2+ speakers and connecting those to the sub?

-I am open to other ideas.   


Klipsch: https://www.manualslib.com/manual/430118/Klipsch-Promedia-Dd-5-1.html

EClaro: https://www.manualslib.com/manual/818835/Ht-Omega-Eclaro.html
ATI AT602: https://www.manualslib.com/manual/7426/Ati-Technologies-At1202.html#product-AT602
Polk PSW10: https://www.manualslib.com/manual/131836/Polk-Audio-Psw-Psw10.html
Polk Monitor 40: https://www.manualslib.com/manual/131813/Polk-Audio-Cs1.html


Thanks in advance for your help



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