Tip & How-To about NEC gms08n with ac adapter speaker kit 231-00013warranty: 30 d

NEC GMS08N speakers hum

I had the same problem. Be careful not to use a stereo 3.5 mm to stereo 3.5 mm cable (same at both ends); and do not plug it from your computer output into the speaker 3.5 mm "out" as it is will transfer the sound but seems to cause feedback. It is tempting to do as this looks like how it should be wired - similar to most other speakers. But it says "out" not "input" on the speaker. My motherboard burned out - for some reason... I hope not because of this, but maybe. Use the stereo 3.5 mm to RCA/phono "line in" cable as others described on this site. I'm not really sure what the extra 3.5 mm "out" socket (next to the L speaker output) is for - maybe to connect more speakers?

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i would like to add my i-pod to the receiver so i could listen to the music what kind off cable would i need


An i-pod provides a standard headphone level output. The AVR-1803 has nine RCA stereo inputs that will accept the signal from the i-pod. You need a 3.5mm stereo TRS plug on one end and two RCA plugs on the other end to connect your i-pod to your amplifier. Note: Be careful to select a 3.5 mm plug that has a slim enough plastic moulding to fit into the i-pod headphone output. On your amplifier you simply select the analogue input that you have chosen to use. Be careful of levels when you are setting up. Set the volume of your i-pod to about 50% and set the input sensitivity to zero, press play on your i-pod and gradually increase the gain on your amplifier input. Hope this helps, Don.

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where on the tv do u plug in headphones?I hve a sanyo tv DP32640


Get an adapter: the one you need depends on the headphone type. If you have the standard IPod/computer headphones with a 3.5 mm plug, get a 3.5 mm F to RCA stereo (2 male plugs). Then plug the RCA plugs into the audio out of the TV and the headphones into the 3.5 mm end.

The TV's Audio out is between the Composite Video IN (Video 1) and the PC input.

If you want to have a longer cable, get the 3.5 mm F to RCA stereo (2 Female ends) adapter. Then connect a stereo audio cable to the TV audio out and the RCA side of the adapter and the headphones to the 3.5 mm port.

Make sure that the TV outputs to the external speakers (some tvs do this automatically when external speakers are plugged in). Menu > Sound

I hope this helps.

Cindy Wells

Sep 20, 2010 | Televison & Video

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I need to knowwhat phono leads I need to connect pc to tv -sound to come out of tv-Ive a medion pc? WHERE do I connect the leads on the pc?


Normally 3 standard sockets for audio, line in, line out and mic in, that are coloured blue green and pink respectively, for audio out connect to green socket (3.5mm jack plug)

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bose 3-2-1 to a computer?


If I understand the question right are you trying to hear sound from your computer through your bose system? If you are then you need to hook a 1/8 mm headphone jack style cable on one end to the headphone jack on computer and on the other end of the cable you need a standard red and white rca type connection that hooks to back of bose system for sound. This cable is called a mini to rca stereo cable the pin connection for the computer has 2 little black bands around the plug there are 2 bands for 2 channel stereo sound.

Nov 27, 2008 | Bose 3·2·1 II System

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