I HAVE AN OLDER LG PLASMA TV WITH THE DETACHABLE SPEAKER ON THE SIDE OF THE TV. THE TV DO NOT HAVE A BUILD IN SPEAKER. THE SPEAKER WIRE HAS BEEN MISPLACED AND NOW MY TV HAS NO SOUND. CAN YOU HELP ME LOCATE A SPEAKER WIRE.
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Plain old 18ga lamp cord is fine unless the run is long (over 50', say). Then use 16 ga. Be sure to observe correct phase. Speaker wire is color coded, lamp cord has a ridge on one side. Be sure to always connect the same color or ridge to the same connection (ex: red on amp to copper color wire to red or + on speaker). Do not use "speaker wire" that is smaller than 18go (higher number = smaller).
If you want to do it the safe way so you don't put too much of a load on your amp, connect the positive wire from one speaker to the positive output from your amp. Then connect the negative wire from that speaker to the positive wire of the second speaker. Finally connect the negative wire of the second speaker to the negative output of the amp. This will get sound from both speakers without straining your amp. This is called wiring in series.
The broadcaster of the TV station has to tell you they are transmitting surround sound - sometimes they are just transmitting stereo. Also, the media as in CD's and DVD movies must have surround sound embedded or recorded on it to allow surround sound.
If you're using a Cinemate for HDTV listening you're missing out on multichannel sound. However, since it only supports analog 2-channel audio AND a TV or monitor is NOT a meaningful contributor to the listening experience, maybe you could extract the TV audio from the cable box where it ultimately originates in the first place. I'm sure it has a convenient and compatible RCA pair.
1) just trace the wire of working channel and plug out that and connect to opposite side of that channel
for example: if front left is not working, remove pin of front right and plug it into front left
after that listen the sound if front left is working then no need to open amplifier just check the wires of satellite speaker which is not working
how to check broken wire:
1) just observe your speaker nearly if you found any screw holes open it, if u can not find any screw holes remove front net which is fitted by press lock or any stepped groove, you can remove that and if you are removing front net you have to open speaker from casing then after you can find speaker's wire shouldered or bolted to it just check wire and go on after that u'll be sure that weather your speaker is failed or wire!!!
depending on what kind of TV it Is, If Its HD or like the Flat Kind My Solution wount help, because i've never took one apart before. if its a big bulcky kind take the screws off an an take the back cover off, but be sure to be carfull with the lil glass bulb located on the back of the screen it holds a chemical in it, an tv wount work, once taken off you could either replace the blown speaker, or just run a speaker wire from the wire connected to the blown speaker an run it out the vents on the TV an find any speaker not with too many watts, ive hooked up 2 150 watt speakers to mine an it worked fine i hade the same prob. another thing, if your warrenty is stil good you could get a replacment