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Re: black and white only, no color
Are you saying you lose the color on your TV while using these speakers? That is a WEIRD problem! If they are wireless speakers, then their transmitters are emitting a frequency which is interfering with the color oscillator circuits in your TV. Surely, a different speaker system will cure the problem - you just happened to get a set that uses a transmitting frequency which doesn't agree with your TV's color circuits. You might try placing a flat sheet of metal between the transmitter and your TV. If the color comes back, you've found the problem!
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The unit does not have a headphone output or a provision for headphones.
An option will be connecting headphones or wireless headphones that
have a digital optical input to the digital optical output of the TV.
The TV speakers should be off in order for the output to work.
If the Panasonic unit is mounted behind a glass door or if at certain times during the day sunlight falls on the face of the unit or the glass door, the remote signal may have trouble getting through to the detector
It's never a good idea to adapt prescribed connectors to bare speaker wire or vice versa.
Speaker Level and Line Level signals are worlds apart and equipment damage may result. Your Denon (model unknown) probably requires a POWERED SUBWOOFER, to which it would provide Line Level LFE from its Pre Out.
Read the manual where it doesn't say to convert a speaker wire to RCA.
most home-wiring applications, the circuit features one black wire, one
white wire and a green or non-insulated ground wire. On this type of
circuit the black wire is delivering the voltage and the white is
acting as the neutral. The circuit has to have each in order to be
complete. In some cases a white wire may be used as a hot feed. When
this occurs it is commonplace for the white wire to have a strip of
black electrical tape around the insulation to signify that it is being
used as a hot wire.
may notice a red wire from time to time. The red wire has a couple of
responsibilities: It can be a second circuit, sharing the neutral with
the circuit fed by the black wire or it can be a traveler, as used in a
three-way switch configuration. Additional conductors like the one
found in 4-wire electrical wire may be colored blue.
some 240-volt circuits use different colored wires including orange,
yellow, brown and gray, they are not typically found in the residential
home, so we will go into those applications in another article.