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If it has a bi-amp, you can connect the speakers to it. By the amplifier, if it's a stereo with bi-amp, be sure that it has at least 400 watts and up in order for the speakers to turn out great, if a receiver like a integrated amplifier, it may have like 2-10 connections, you can connect the speakers all together if it has more than 3 connections, if below 3, you may need to take the speakers apart and make it 3 way by connecting one wire to the tweeter, another wire from the tweeter to the main or mid speaker then one more wire from the main or mid speaker to the sub.
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You didn't mention why it was disconnected and this may have only showed a failure that was going to happen anyway.
There may be an internal fuse that was just tired but it will require some disassembly if there is no back-panel fuse holder evident.
Most all consumer electronics use a more efficient type of power supply called 'switched mode' (SMPS) and they are fussy by nature.
In your case, the supply was probably close to failure and it was only working because it was plugged into AC but now unable to restart.
You might be able to jog it into working again by repeatedly plugging and unplugging the AC and watching for any signs of life.
If an LED somewhere on the front panel turns on, leave it plugged in then.
This may not work but won't hurt anything either.
If you listen to cd's and the sound dos'ent cut out then it cant be the amp. It could be the audio cables are intermittant between the amp and the dvd playerr or they are loose or corroded a little. or ppossible the input your using is going bad on the stereo sytem but I wouldnt think that the whole system was blown if the radio and the cd plays normal.. check out the causes I listed and let us know if you need more assistance\..:)