I accidently plugged in a speaker wire attached to a receiver into the back of my tv where speakers get pkugged in a nd now it wont come on .it acts like it trys to bit goes off and on on the mother
Attached to a receiver into the back of my tv where speakers get plugged in a now it wont come on .it acts like it trys to bit goes off and on on the mother board ,no picture though but sounds like its trying to
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Another favourable option is to add BlueTooth speakers that can make your speaker placement wireless and easier without running cables behind furniture, etc. You would need a Bluetooth adapter either pluggable into your TV or externally from cable plugs. It helps that your TV has built-in Bluetooth or Wifi to make this option possible.
"Speaker: Internal/External" controls which speaker (built-in or external) is available. Set to "Internal" for normal operation of the internal speaker system. When connected to external speakers or an external audio system, the speakers can be turned off by setting this function to "External."
From reading this I see that the speakers may be internal because the setup allows to switch between external or internal. A mounted speaker is either permanent, part of the case, or has something that the speaker case slips into. I had one like that. You simply lift them and set them else where. How far they can be moved will depend on the wire. The wire is either attached internal through the back or attached via connectors on the back. That can either be loose wire or RCA plugs. Normally the wire coming from the speakers is attached internal, making the removal of them impossible. The wire is usually 3 to 6 feet long. You can buy an external speaker wire that has RCA plugs (and or plain wire) that will attach to the existing speaker wire and TV.
Place the front left and right speakers on each side of the TV with the speaker labeled "Center" either above or below the TV screen. Set the rear speakers behind the seating area at head level and place the subwoofer on the floor a few inches away from the wall, which can absorb bass sounds if the sub is pressed against it.
Connect the plug on the end of each speaker to the jack labeled for that speaker on the back of the Durabrand receiver. The cables are permanently attached to the speakers, so each may need to be moved closer to the receiver. For example, the left front speaker connects to the jack on the receiver labeled "LF."
Plug the video cable from the Video OUT jack on the back of the receiver to a Video Input jack on the back of the TV.
Plug in the Durabrand receiver and TV to the electricity and switch on both components.
Press the "Input" button on the TVremote several times until the Durabrand signal displays on the screen.
Insert the red and white plugs on a set of RCA audio cables
into the right and left audio "OUT" jacks on the back of the TV.
Connect the other ends of the cables to a free pair of audio
"IN" jacks on the amplifier.
Strip 1/2 inch of insulation from the speaker wires, and
connect a pair of wires to the left and right terminals on the back of
each speaker using the red wire for the right audio connection and the
other wire for the left.
Connect the other ends of the speaker wires to a pair of
stereo speaker terminals on the back of the amplifier. The wires attach
by raising spring-loaded clips on the back of the amp to reveal a hole
for inserting each wire.
Set the amplifier selector to the set of audio jacks
connected to the TV to enjoy stereo sound from the television.
Connecting Self-Powered Speakers
Insert the RCA plugs on the Y adapter into the TV's Audio
Connect the mini-plug on the wire attached to the right-hand
self-powered speaker to the mini-plug jack on the Y adapter.
Plug in the audio cable and mini-plug from the left-hand
speaker into the Audio "OUT" jack on the back of the right-hand speaker.
Connect the AC adapter to the power jack on the back of the
right-hand speaker, then plug the adapter into an electrical outlet.
Switch on the external speakers and adjust the volume.
has to do with the ohm either 4 or 8 of the speakers, sometimes if you try to run pairs of speakers out of the same port (2 on the left port and 2 on the right-4 speakers on 2 ports) the speakers will work but when you set them up on an A or B selector and try to run both A & B at the same time one of the speakers will cut out. Check the OHM ratings and if all else fails run them off the same port using only A.
Yes, you can plug your TV directly into the Bose 901 Equalizer, but you will still need to go from the EQ into an amp to drive the speakers. The Bose EQ basically is for the speakers, not the signal coming in to it. Because of the speaker design, the EQ "shapes" the sound to compensate for the speakers. Please rate my answer, thanks.
your RCA on your tv is acting like its in mono..it may be a problem with the jacks. alternatively..you can buy a splitter and split teh side that sounds stronger (L) or (R) with a male to 2 female spliter out of the tv then back into l/r input on your reciever... It wont give you surround stereo...but it will soudn a whole lot better.
Two ways--first you can open up the unit and use the exsisting wires from the tvs internal speakers or goto radio shack and ask them for a audio jack splitter,you would than connect the wires from the speaker to the splitter then plug the jack into the audio input on the back of the tv.If your thinking youll get more sound from these speakers by doing this it wont work unless you have a surrond sound system.Only an amplifier can boost the output.
No, one of your speakers is damaged (could be an amp channel went bad, but speaker is more likely). Unplug all spkrs, then plug one in and see if it acts normal when turned up. Repeat this until all speakers are hooked up or the culprit spkr is found.