Question about Audio Players & Recorders
The power supply has 3 conductors -- Red, Black, Brown attached to transformer -- left to right. On the other (appliance) end, the power cord attachment has three hole connector sleeve with conductor solder lugs labeled 1 2 3. As the conductors were torn off the connector sleeve, I cannot be sure what color goes with which number. I have tried to look inside at the transformer end, but do not see any corresponding numbers on the circuit board. Please assist. Many Thanks Ed Werner
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
doesn't matter both are 110v lines but if you want look up to top screw connections the wires coming to those screws are also colored as long as the red and black are to outside screws dryer will work ok
Posted on Aug 07, 2008
I am teh person who started this thread and I am happy to find the solution. The problem is not with Speaker but it is with DVD player. Infact it is not a problem, it is the setting which needs to be changed.
Go to the Setup menu and change the Speaker settings and set it to MultiChannel. This will give you sound to rear and center whenever it has to.
Hope this helps as it has to me.
Posted on Nov 15, 2008
SOURCE: 8 wires on my subwoofer??
"One has positive and negative input, another positive and negative output (red and black on each)"
Just from your description, it sounds like pos/neg input are the 12 volt pos neg supply for the amp inside the subwoofer. Red is pos, black is neg.
"positive and negative output (red and black on each)"
This sounds like it's used if you want to proved 12 volt pos/neg to another component.
"and a third wire with left input right input positive and negative (blue, red, yellow and black)"
This is for the cables coming from the "subwoofer out" on the amp. This is 4 wires altogether -- correct?
Posted on May 08, 2009
if you can gently strip the insulation off with an exacto knife to where some of the copper is exposed, you can solder the exposed copper together. it will not be as flexible, though.
Posted on Jan 14, 2010
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