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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
APPLY CABLE CONNECTION ELIMINATIONS TECHNIQUE.
First, make sure the speakers, woofers are connected to the surround unit receptacle area located at rear end of device. Second, make sure the power cable is connected to the surround device at rear end and plugged into external power outlet like an extension cord. Third, the remaining connection ports on the surriound unit are for transfering signals back and forth to TV or DVD, VCR, DVR, player devices. Usually the surround unit may be capable of connections to more than once recorder device causing the prevailence of several remaining ports receptables located at rear of unit. However, first, attempt to acheive connection to display unit like a TV set. if that were successful, the last remaining port wirings would be expected to allow for DVD, VCR, DVR, Media devcie connections. The surround device may not have been acquired with several cable wires to connected to every available home appliance. However, the surround device ports are several at rear area of unit to support several home media player connectivity. If several home player device are required to be connected to the surround system, the cable wiring may have to be acquired from retails to complete the signal sharign and splitting process. Refer to the user guide on step by step instruction on achieving connectivity. Also provided on the user guide are details contributing toward acquirign accessories for the device or performing manufacturers diagnostics.
Posted on Jan 22, 2011
SOURCE: Where Can I find HT-DB600
Actually, you don't need the adapters. All you need are conductive posts of the same diameter as the plug openings.
I just chopped up some large paper clips and attached them to the end of a piece of speaker wire, then inserted the paper clip 'posts' into the adapter openings, and attached the other end of wire to the speakers (forming a kind of bridge).
And viola! Worked perfectly! It takes a little effort, but is much less time consuming then hunting down antiquated proprietary plugs and costs nothing!
Posted on Jan 30, 2011
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