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Re: Broken Female audio plug
Open the speaker, and check the circuit board from where the female jack is running. jump the fmale jack and just connect some wires to the point from where the female jack is running. i ve done this many times, it works for sure
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Yes, it can. The Bose rear panel has RCA jacks for right and left channel audio outputs. You'll need a connecting cable with RCA plugs on the Bose end, and whatever kind of input connector your wireless speaker system needs.
If you connect the 4 monitors in a cross arrangement ie wire 2 monitors in series with each other and then do the same with the other pair. Effectivley you will then have 2 monitor sets e3ach measuring 16 Ohms each. Then wire the 2 sets in parallel to bring back the overall impeadance to 8 ohms. See the diagram below.
your player output is RCA connection and your subwoofer since you didn't mention it i think its a mini jack connector or BB plug connector...so you have to costumize for that cable... or u will buy a RCA cable in the market then buy a coonector that will convert your BB plug in your subwoofer to RCA... i
what i mean is this... from your player put a RCA coonecotr it is 2 wires in your subwoofer its output is BB plug so you have to buy a connector that will make your BB plug become a RCA male...in your RCA cable from your player its output is RCA male so again convert it to RCA female connector to so that you can connect it
From what I can tell from your manual, you do not have auxiliary audio inputs on your system. You can, however, use the TV audio input for sound from your laptop. You will need to purchase an adapter cable that goes from male 1/8" stereo mini plug on one end (your computer jack) to a split (Y) male rca type jack (two connectors for R&L inputs on system. Then you'll need some length of 1/8" male to female miniplug extension cable. You can use the miniplug speaker jack on your laptop as an output. Of course, if you're using the TV audio inputs, and don't want to unplug them to plug your laptop in, you'll need another pair of splitter cables for those rca jacks on your system so you can plug two different pairs of input devices into them, but I'd try to avoid this scenario if possible.
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why it doesn't come. just connect the RCA cable to the output pins of TV and connect them to the input female jacks of home theatre receiver. or if the TV has optical out and the home theatre reciever had optical in. thats the best option. just connect one optical cable to enjoy the 5.1 sound. tell me clear problem if u r nt solved.
1- Find the two audio out female RCA jacks on your tv. One is red one is white. Some older tvs may not have any, if so you are out of luck.
2- Purchase a stereo patch cord (male x male RCA) long enough to reach the LG's Subwoofer.
3- Connect the red and white plugs to the tv output and connect the red and white plugs to the "Aux In" female RCA jacks on the subwoofer.
4- Select stereo input for sound on the LG's user interface.
You will be able to upconvert the stereo input to various surrond modes by studying the control manual.
Yes, you could have two complete systems crossing over to each other but the sharing will only be in Stereo either way and you will have to decide which one you want to be the Home Base for the other. I would think the deciding factors would be 1) Do you want multiple channel sound; 2) Are your existing speakers far superior to the DAV-FR1's?
DAV-FR1 in charge: If your receiver has one unused Tape (*) or Line Out pair, run a pair of RCA cables to the DAV's SAT Audio In and when you want to hear its attached program sources choose SAT on the DAV. You could also leave the 4 speakers in place or arrange them to augment 5the DAV and hear them all.
* If you use a Tape Line Out pair DON'T select the Monitor on the source or it will de-select any non-tape source going Out to the other Receiver.
Your receiver in charge: Run the DAV's Audio OUT (L/R) jacks to any Line Level input on the receiver (AUX, Tape In).
If whichever direction you wish to use doesn't have a spare Line Input or Output get yourself a pair of RCA cable splitters of the appropriate gender (one male end / two female ends) and share the jacks. Just make sure whichever source you're NOT intending to hear has something inactive selected.
You could even have both. but you would have to take care to NOT induce a circular loop by having each selecting the other as a source.