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honestly the pinout for the adapter depend on what you are planning to plug it into. as manufacturers use standard plugs in different ways, usually the shoulder / body point is the shield / common connection, the others depend on what you're connecting to.
for instance I made a similar connector myself for use on a xbox 360 controller (to connect a gaming headset mic to the headset socket), I believe in that instance the mic's connection was between common and tip.
You need a 3,5mm male stereo connector to RCA male jacks (see attached image). Plug the 3.5mm jack to your iPhone and the RCA jacks (red & white or red & black) to your Denon Receiver's CD in or Tape 1 or 2 PB (at the rear of the unit). Then select the input where you plugged the RCA to (front of receiver: CD / Tape-2 / Tape-1). Hope this will help.
Might have video plugged into wrong plug. Nowadays, for RCA video, Green jack (which is usually for dvd player three color) is used also as conventional video output for old dvd players. They have an automatic switch to detect if you're plugging in old video (yellow) jack in. Picture will be in colour upon plugging into the right jack. No need to shut tv off, just plug in until you see color. Should be sharp & clear.
Your apartment is wired for two lines but you are using only one of the two. Your phone jack has red and green terminals for one line and yellow and black terminals for the other (old color codes). The four wires coming in to your apartment are actually two lines: orange/white and white/orange plus blue/white and white/blue (new color codes). One of those lines is active. Connect the orange/white wire to the red terminal and the white/orange wire to the green terminal. Plug in your phone and listen for a dial tone. If no tone, disconnect the first line and connect the second pair of wires. Listen again. DO NOT CONNECT ANY WIRES TOGETHER. Just follow the steps above. If you still don't get results, the phone company may not have activated your connection
Hello, Firs of all lets get agree on something..The subwoofer has three audio connections for "output " to :front,centre and rear speakers...these are not for "input"..Your powered SUB provides necessary signal for other spekers.. You can connect TV audio coaxial to SUB input with a RCA cable.....if your SUB does not have "RCA input " probably it should have "3,5mm Haedphone female Jack".. if this is the case 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... 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!
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!
What are you plugging your 2 RCA connectors (from the headphones) into on the television?
You are correct, usually:
White = Left
Red = Right
In this case
Black = Left
Red = Right
Not sure....guess some manufacturers need to be different...
Back to the issue,
You to need to connect the Black to White and Red to Red to the TV BUT you need to make sure you are connecting to an OUTPUT and not to an INPUT on the TV. Most newer TV's do have an "audio out RCA jacks" on the TV but not all. It should be labeled at the connector if it is an output, or just another input. You can always consult the TV manual to be sure.
Few things you can do to test
Does your TV have a "headphone jack", use the adapter (2 RCA female - 3.5mm connector) to plug into the headphone jack and see if there is sound
Connect the Black and Red RCAs from the headphones directly to the another output, like a DVD player, CD Player etc....
You can test your speakers by plugging the lime wire into a headphone socket of something that plays OK.
You can test your computer by plugging headphones into the lime coloured socket.
You need to figure out which is not working then fix that.