Question about Audio Players & Recorders
Have the right cable..I think. There is an l and r inputs in sub and two outputs on amp
Sub woofers are just mono amps. They feed both the right and left output together. So all you need is a stereo to mono cable. The two jacks go in the sub and the single mono into one of the terminals on your amp. The other terminal will allow another sub to be connected I think, though please check your manual for this.
Posted on Jan 18, 2013
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: connecting speaker cable
I have RT10 polkaudio speakers (complete 5.1) system with a onkyo amp XT-SR804E. What is the best way to connect the speakers,Bi-wiring or single cable and what is the best type or make of cable to use, to get the best out of the system.
Posted on Feb 25, 2008
SOURCE: sound problems through subwoofer
check all speakers wires andcheck test mode. every thing ok, may be input wiring problem ,check every thing after that internalcircuit may be problem..
Posted on Oct 09, 2007
i have the same moviestars 70+ plus a yamaha rx-v750 put the crossover on the sub to maximum (left knob) volume (right knob) about 2/3 clockwise. change the crossover on the yamaha to anywhere from 80-120 ( the 120 will put more bass to the sub) if your yamaha has sub level/volume control set it higher, also if it has LFE/sub out set it to sub only.
Posted on Mar 11, 2009
SOURCE: Tannoy Reveal 66D
One possibility is that the mute switches on your speakers have oxydized contacts INSIDE the switch - this kind of malfunction mostly occurs when the equipment is exposed to moisture and/or smog.
The most common solution is to change both switches, but they can also be disassembled and cleaned up (which is a bit more complicated and time consuming).
Another possibility is a dried up filter capacitor in the power supply or somewhere in the preamplifier section, possibly also a bad preamplifier chip but if your speakers work fine (with the exception of the mute switch noise), then the problem is more likely with the switches.
Also, check the internal connectors for any dirt, broken wires or desoldered pins.
Could also be something else, you should know i'm only assuming on the possibilities and i'm listing the most common problems i've encountered so far.
Posted on Jul 15, 2009
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