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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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You will need an HDMI to DVI adapter with audio. The DVI end of the cable should have both the DVI connection as well as a 3.5mm audio jack. You would then plug your speakers directly into the jack. If the jack is a male connector, you will need a female-to-female coupler.
Look for a headphone jack plugin on the TV, and if you have one then plug the speakers into that. Otherwise if you only have RCA audio jacks on the TV (red/white plug-ins), you'll need an RCA male/stereo female adapter. I did a quick search and found this one on Amazon for $1.49:
Hello, Your TV should have an AUDIO OUTPUT other than optic..at least " Headphones" output.. You
can connect TV audio output with a RCA cable.white and red audio jack.... since SUB has both RCA and "3,5mm
Headphone female Jack"..here are the options; ** you need to buy a cable one end 3,5mm MALE headphone jack and the other end 2xRCA stereo
(or 1x RCA for mono or you may need "Y cable " ) to be connected to
your TV... ** or 2x RCA white and red audio jack and connect from your TV.. **" "Headphones" output to SUB with 3,5 male-to-male cable ( the least recommended) And you need to connect front,centre and rear speakers to your SUB as well... Take care and if it succeeds please Remember to rate/vote and give me 4 Thumbs Up for Helping out the Community :) Hope this helps!
Hi, had same problem.... unscrew the remote and carefully remove the back end part of the stereo-connector (very careful !) it consists of a very small switch which moves sideways..... this switch is stuck into headphone-modus. Reassemble and it will work again Note that speakers will work if you remove the switch
go to Radio Shack or whoever is closest for audio cables, ask for a mini-stereo jack to RCA male jack, it should look like a Y with the stereo mini female jack on one end and two (one red one black or white) old style speaker jacks. These should take care of the audio situation. It might be better to consider adding a tuner or media center to help direct the sound.
The male mono plug (from the left small speaker) should be connected into the right speaker (small speaker with controls) . After plugging the multi pin cable from the control speaker to the sub-woofer you need to plug in a signal source from your computer (or any other digital signal) into the sub-woofer. This digital input looks like an ordinary RCA plug but carries many channels of audio. That connects to the enabled digital output of your computer. Some computers output digital through a 3.5mm jack others look just like an RCA phono jack. If you are lucky some BA735 sub-woofers have a second input that is a standard 3.5mm stereo jack and it will take analog audio from computer, DVD, MP3 player or the like. I have three sets of these speakers that I love because of their big volume considering such a small size.
You would be looking for a Lead that has a 3.5 Ml Male Connector Jack to plug in to PC, and a 3.5 Ml Female Connection on the end in which you will plug your PC Speakers in, that will also have a 3.5 Ml Jack on the end.
What the two do is give the audio, you need a 'Y' phono (2 female to male connector adapter) and a female- female adapter to suit your speaker connector and the male end on the adapter so that you can plug in your two cables and the plug in the outlet your pc speakers plug, it will cost about £5 or $10 wherever you are.
I have done it and its worth it for the picture quality.