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Can i hook up sound tech cx4c to anything besides a guitar amp

Can I hook up sound tech cx4c speakers to a older stereo receiver. I just picked up the speakers at a tag sale,I want to make sure they work before I go out and puck up a guitar amp.

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check the 2 buttons under the source selector knob they are labeled A and B check to make sure both are not pressed in just the one you have your front speakers hooked up to

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i can think of two things., you may need to do the update on your sound card and computer and make sure you have the correct codec's installed or also you may need to go to the web site of the makers of your logitech speakers and see if they have a common solution for this problem...... i also wonder if you should bypass the sound card and directly connect your speaker system to the out put port on your computer ..... give it a try what can it hurt .... if all else fails maybe there is a faulty wire in the speaker system ....... ahy ?

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SOURCE: what is the wattage capacity of Sound Tech CX4C PA

SOUNDTECH CX4C 2-way monitor wedges (2).
380 Watts Power / 190 Watts RMS, Full Range 2-way, 12" speaker, 1" Compression Driver(horn). Carpet Covered, Pole Mount capable, 8 ohm.
Impedance - 8 ohm
Woofer Size - 12"
Magnet Weight - .
Voice Coil Dia. -
H.F. Driver/Exit - 1"/Compression
RMS Power Rating - 190W RMS(8 Ohms)
Dimensions - 18.5"w x 16"d x 27"h
Weight - 52(lbs.)

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You're already playing around with it and trying to blow it up. Amps/receivers never feed back into other electronics in a continuous loop back to themselves. What 'output' were you trying to run to the the unspecified Kawasaki? Speaker, Tape Out or Pre-Out?

The RX-B503 is a receiver, so it has its own sources.

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What is the wattage capacity of Sound Tech CX4C PA Speaker? yeah! brand: Sound Tech/ model CX4C. thanks..


SOUNDTECH CX4C 2-way monitor wedges (2).
380 Watts Power / 190 Watts RMS, Full Range 2-way, 12" speaker, 1" Compression Driver(horn). Carpet Covered, Pole Mount capable, 8 ohm.
Impedance - 8 ohm
Woofer Size - 12"
Magnet Weight - .
Voice Coil Dia. -
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The problem is with the amplifier itself. Crackling is usually capacitor related and you will need to have the amp checked over to properly identify the cause.

Some amps are also prone to pick up static from other electrical items which can also cause these problems. I had a crackling issue with an old Crate amp of mine which turned out it was due to being too near a computer/monitor so it is worth eliminating these things as a possible cause before having the amp checked.

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Hi there JT,

An Amp makes existing sound louder. If you aren't getting sound now, there's a problem.

From your description, it sounds like your stereo is going through all the motions, it looks and acts like it is functioning. Just no sound.

If that is wrong, let me know.

When you turn it on, do you hear anything from the speakers? White noise, a click, anything, any indication that they are hooked to any kind of power supply?

Let's do the basics (easiest) first:
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Still nothing? OK.
  • I need you to access the back of the stereo. (Sorry)
  • Yellow and red are power. Black is ground. The unit works so these are ok. Blue is to turn on a remote device like an amp. There may be an orange, ignore.
  • There are four sets of wire for the speakers. Colors are White, Gray, Purple and Green. One of each set is solid colored, the other has a stripe.
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  • These are what your speakers should be hooked to. One set for each speaker. Are they?
  • Eyeball the connects, look for shorts, disconnects, etc.
  • Get a speaker and test it right there behind the stereo on one set after another. Anything? If so, you have a problem in the wiring not the stereo
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