Question about Audio Players & Recorders
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Check the users manual for your boombox. Look for information on AUX inputs to the boombox. If there is a way to hook up your tv using AUX inputs it will guide you through the process. For example this boombox by Altec does allow you to hook up AUX equiptment like a tv. CLICK HERE TO SEE IT!
I hope this helps you in yout quest!
Posted on Nov 11, 2009
I have an iLive bar speaker ipod dock and it has worked great until today. The sound isn't working. You can hear that it is on, but it isn't playing music. The display works and everything. Is this fixable?
Posted on Jul 26, 2010
I hope this helps. You have to connect your sound bar to your cable box/satellite tv receiver. If you are connecting with composite or component cables you connect the video cables (either the yellow or the green blue and red cables) between the television and the cable box /satellite tv receiver. Then you connect the red and white audio portion of the cable between the cable box/satellite tv receiver and the sound bar. You are going from the OUTPUT of the cable box/satellite tv receiver to the INPUT on the television and sound bar. You use the function/source/input button on the sound bar to choose the space you plugged the cables into on it or listen to the radio or listen to your IPOD and etc.
Posted on Jun 11, 2011
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If you want to hear the sound from all the sources (including the Playstation) thru it you will need to connect all of them to the receiver and the sound bar to the Line-Out or headphones socket of the receiver.
You will need a cable that has an 3.5mm jack at one end (for the soundbar) and 2 RCA connector at the other end (if you use the Line-Out connectors) or another 3.5mm jack and an adaptor to the large one if that's what it has (if you use the headphone socket).
Posted on Sep 06, 2011
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