Question about Audio Players & Recorders
I purchased this system for my son for his alienware computer. I know now it doesn't have magnetic shielding, if I distance it from the pc, will i be able to hook it up or is it not compatible w/ a desktop computer?
The easiest way to hook it up is with a lead with a 3.5mm speaker plug on one end and red/white rca (or whatever) on the other end to input into the panasonic.
the dell alienware probably has 5.1 or 7.1 audio out so you could use a lead with matching wires for the panasonic.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Make sure you have put the transmitter for the wirless speaker in the slot on the back of the reciever, it is a slim white device that is about 3 to 5 inches long?? and maybe half an inch thick. and make sure it is put in the right way.
Then make sure the wireless speaker is plugged in to the wall outlet.
If this does not work for you it may require being taken in to an authorized panasonic service center. when one part of the wireless system fails (transmitter or reciever) they both must be replaced. they are not interchangable from one panasonic to another.
They have a code in each unit that lets the wireless speaker that came with it only work with the reciever it was sold with.
I have even seen times where the store that sells them swapped the transmitters of two units and then they had two customers very mad at them because the wireless speakers did not work for either person.
Let me know if I can be of any more help.
Posted on Jun 19, 2008
yes you are right you can pick up an arc aux swich box from radio shack.
will do your job just fine.
and pleas rate this, if is of help to you.
Posted on Jan 13, 2009
SOURCE: wireless pananaonic sound sytem
Try looking at the training document for your system. The answer might be there.
Posted on Jan 25, 2009
it definetly sounds like their is a set-up issue or a grounding issue , refer to your user manual for reference to check your wires ,also bad buzzing sound also comes from cheap rca cables that you might be using for components to your system ,also sometimes the end jacks of the rca get worn out and don,t provide good conductivity , auxillary inputs should be used for playstations or x boxes and not for anything else , hopefully this was helpful, sincerely Glenn
Posted on Mar 03, 2009
From what I can tell from your manual, you do not have auxiliary audio inputs on your system. You can, however, use the TV audio input for sound from your laptop. You will need to purchase an adapter cable that goes from male 1/8" stereo mini plug on one end (your computer jack) to a split (Y) male rca type jack (two connectors for R&L inputs on system. Then you'll need some length of 1/8" male to female miniplug extension cable. You can use the miniplug speaker jack on your laptop as an output.
Of course, if you're using the TV audio inputs, and don't want to unplug them to plug your laptop in, you'll need another pair of splitter cables for those rca jacks on your system so you can plug two different pairs of input devices into them, but I'd try to avoid this scenario if possible.
I hope this information allows you to resolve this issue. If you need further assistance, please post back with a comment to this thread.
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Posted on Apr 16, 2009
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In your scenario the TV has nothing to do with the ANY audio you hear from your speakers. It's an audio output, not a sound source as you have it hooked up. RCA cables wouldn't carry multichannel audio anyway.
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