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Wharfedale s21196a i am looking to find on the phono cables is the cable with the white stripe + or -

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SOURCE: Phono Preamp buzz

Ditto. Double check the ground cable. If it is connected, then try a different set of RCA cables. Also check the connections on your headshell/cartridge. Make sure all 4 wires are properly secure.

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Posted on Oct 08, 2008

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SOURCE: Wiring on a RCA RJ-45 wall jack

the RJ45 wallplate is not meant for ethernet. It's an 8P8C connector for a phone. Will it work as a network jack? Maybe. I wouldn't use it, but if you really want to try, wire it thusly:

1 Blue --- Orange/White
2 Orange --- Orange
3 Black --- Green/White
4 Red --- Blue
5 Green --- Blue/White
6 Yellow --- Green
7 Brown --- Brown/White
8 White --- Brown

I'd still recommend a CAT5 wallplate with a CAT5 jack.

Posted on Apr 12, 2009

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SOURCE: monitor frequently changes into a series of black and white stripes.

The video board inside that connect this to you vid card is going bad and will need replacment. There is not really much you can do troubleshooting this. Thanks and good luck

Posted on May 24, 2009

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SOURCE: I have a Alpine SWE-1000 subwoofer with no wiring diagram.

No i do not have a wiring diagram for this exact Speaker but this speaker is self powered yes?

This blue and white lead is your remote turn on lead, this allows the amplifier to switch on and off with the vehicle, instead of just being on all the time and drain your battery.
This wire should be spliced in to an accesory that turns on and off with the flip of the ignition switch. If you could It would be best to splice it to the radio turn on lead. On your radio, there is a lead that should be labeled remote if it is aftermarket. If it is stock then you have to use a volt meter and back probe a lead until you find one that switches on with the igrnition switch, you should get one with battery voltag(12v or more) and one a ground (.11) and one with battery voltage when on and no voltage when off(this is the one you want to splice in too.

Posted on Jul 19, 2009

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SOURCE: I cannot get my PC sound to play through my Samsung LE32457A HDTV

I hope 3.5mm to twin phono would have plugged in headphone jack of PC to get sound for TV, right?
Reduce PC volume level up to zero and increase it very little bit to get sound in TV.
TV is getting excessive sound level from headphone jack and causing mute circuit to activate to avoid any internal damage.

Posted on Sep 26, 2009

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The normal color code is. Orange white, orange, green white, blue, blue white, green, gray white, gray. the wire using for network only 2 pair. That is 1,2,3,6. For normal telephone - use blue pair (4,5). For pabx system use. 3,4,5,6. Connection. You can use any Color code If both ends are same.

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What wire do i need for technics sl-dv290 to wire it up to my tv


FOR AUDIO:
1x phono cable (red + white

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I am trying to hook up my cable box so i can watch tv.


At the cable box input, connect the cable (probably labeled "Cable In" or "Signal In").

Depending on the cable box model and available inputs on your TV, connect one of the following (listed in descending order of video quality). Colored phono plugs must match the colors of the plugs on each end.:

  • HDMI (a single rectangular connector at each end - sometimes you need to connect the Audio separately with a two - line cable with red and white phono plugs).
  • YPbBr, AKA Component (Cable with Red, Blue and Green phono plugs, plus a separate Red and White cable set for Audio).
  • S-video (a single round connector and separate Red and White audio cables).
  • Composite (Yellow video cable plus Red and White audio cables, usually sold as a single set).
  • RF out on the cable box connects to ANT or Cable In on the TV with a coax cable.
The various options are always grouped in some manner on both the Cable box and the TV. On the TV, note which input set you use, for example, "Component 1". This is the input you will select to watch whatever channel you select on the cable box.

An unused output on the cable box can go to a video recorder. Some cable boxes may permit setting up two different channels for this purpose; others will only put out the signal from one channel at a time on all outputs.

You may, if you prefer, connect the audio cable from the cable box to a stereo receiver instead of the TV. Usually people connect the audio to the TV, then connect another audio cable from "Audio Out" or "Monitor Out" on the TV to the stereo receiver. That way the sound is from whatever video source is currently selected, and the TV remote control can be used to set the volume. TV sets with this option usually have a setting to turn off the internal speakers so you hear only the external stereo speakers.

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Tell me the color coding of wall jack to connect cat6 cable to the switch


You can use either T 568 A or B providing that both ends of the cable are wired in the same format. If one side is allready ended thenI would try T568 B standard first.

Pin T568A Pair T568B Pair Wire T568A Color T568B Color Pins on plug face (socket is reversed) 1 3 2 tip 60px-wire_white_green_stripe.svg.png
white/green stripe 60px-wire_white_orange_stripe.svg.png
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white/green stripe 4 1 1 ring 60px-wire_blue.svg.png
blue solid 60px-wire_blue.svg.png
blue solid 5 1 1 tip 60px-wire_white_blue_stripe.svg.png
white/blue stripe 60px-wire_white_blue_stripe.svg.png
white/blue stripe 6 2 3 ring 60px-wire_orange.svg.png
orange solid 60px-wire_green.svg.png
green solid 7 4 4 tip 60px-wire_white_brown_stripe.svg.png
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Cat 5 cabling


Straight Cabling :

Side 1 Side 2
White Orange White Orange
Orange Orange
White green White Green
Blue Blue
White Blue White Blue
Green Green
White Brown White Brown
Brown Brown


Cross Cabling :


Side 1 Side 2
White Orange White Green
Orange Green
White Green White Orange
Blue Blue
White Blue White Blue
Green Orange
White Brown White Brown
Brown Brown

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Have a good day.

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Grey cable in dash


Hi again,

Appreciate the update and additional information. If I understand it right, your vehicle then has two connectors at the back: 1 big black/red/gray plug:
  • Yellow/light Green - always ON B+12;
  • Yellow/Black stripe - ACC B+12 goes to the IGN switch;
  • Black - chassis/ground;
  • Blue - remote trigger for add-on amplifier (if connected);
  • Blue/Red stripe - illumination (can go to parklight switch).
and the 2nd smaller gray 8pin plug:
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  • Brown right front -
  • Green Left Front +
  • White/Orange Stripe Left Front -
  • Light Blue/Black Stripe Left Rear +
  • Yellow Left Rear -
  • White/Blue Stripe Right Rear +
  • Light Blue Right Rear -
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Help! Surround Sound problems!


Since you have a surround sound system, you probably should just bypass the TV's audio.

Connect the red/white plugs from your digital cable box to one of the inputs on your surround sound system but not the Phono input unless the Phono input lists something aside from Phono, like Aux/Phono or CD/Phono.

Connect the S-Video or composite (yellow) video plug from your digital cable box directly to the S-Video or composite (yellow) video jack on your TV.

If your digital cable box does not have a S-Video (4 pins and flat rectangular hole) or Composite (yellow RCA jack) jack and only has the screw/push-on type cable with the pin in it, then leave the remaining connections as-is.

Now switch your surround sound system to the input you connected the red and white plugs to and turn on your TV. You should see picture from the TV, but hear audio from the surround sound system.

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You need to wire up the audio from the computer.
The 15 pin cable is only the video, next to the input on the tv should be a red and white phono connector which should say audio or line in, get a cable that has a headphone type jack on one end and 2 phono red and white plugs, connect the headphone jack into the back of the pc, should be the green audio out where you would usually connect pc speakers, then the phono plugs into the back of the tv and insert them into the phono ports on the back of the tv that say line or audio in. Turn the TV to PC and thats it.

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