Is it possible to modify the setup of the speakers by inserting an additional "y" connector to add 2 more speakers to the 2.1 speakers included in the package already, thereby allowing me 4 speakers and the additional subwoofer??
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Adding more Memory Your Jitterbug features a microSD expansion slot to add up to an additional 32 GB of memory. The following is how to add more memory:
1. Remove the Back Cover using the Back Cover Release notch found on the bottom corner.
2. Locate the microSD expansion slot, which is below the External Speaker, and carefully insert the microSD card into the expansion slot until it clicks into place.
3. Replace the Back Cover.
IMPORTANT! Do not remove the SIM Card located opposite of the microSD expansion slot. Tampering of the SIM Card may cause issues with connectivity to the GreatCall network.
Yes you can add two additional speakers, by adding a splitter off each terminal, which will take each terminal hole to two. However there is a couple problems you might discover. Power output will weaken because each channel is designed for so much amp output. So, by adding two additional speakers off those channels demands more power. Now, if your not going to crank them high and have a block party you will be ok. You can get the splitter that goes in to each port and splits and places like Guitar center, maybe radio shack, best buy, and even check walmart.They make also little devices that are a little unit that actually is separate, that hook up like this. Two small coax lines about 6 inches long come out your receiver and plug into this little splitter that has four ports, then you can run all four of your lines to the four speakers, and this device has panning and some other little features to make one speaker louder than the other like a fader. I hope this helps. Again Guitar center is best to check first.
1) Check all of the drivers in the device manager. 2) "Add Hardware" option to update to the latest drivers. 3) Start -> Run -> services.msc -> Windows Audio, and made sure it is started up and set to automatically start on setup. 4) Make sure that the sound was enabled in the BIOS. 5) Insert a modified "machine.inf" file into the Plug and Play Enumerator. 6) Start -> Run -> msconfig -> Services, and make sure Windows Audio was checked and running. 7) System Restore (to check if any of the updates might have caused the problem) 8) Make sure the speakers were still functioning properly
you can actually modify the feed mech... take out the feed roller and remove the rubber... try adding musking tape around the plastic roller and then insert the rubber back.. this will make it bulky.. normally only add 2 round of musking tape..
If you add 8 ohm speakers in parallel then you would be running the amps into a 4 ohm load ...which will overheat and possibly damage them ...... if you wire series then the amps would be loaded to 16 ohms ...which would be ok ..but you will only develop 70 % of the total output power
IE a 100watt would be down to 70 watts
much better to add some seperate powered speakers