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PUTTING IT BACK TOGETHER AFTER A MOVE BUT CANT GET SOUND.

I have an old JVC MX G9 hifi radio,cassette, cd system. I am unable to get sound from a new ABBA cd and may have put the speaker wires into the wrong sockets when I tried to put the four items and two speakers together There are so many possible places to put speaker wires in - my two speakers have a black wire and a green/white wire to each one. Also I cannot get fm because I have no coax aerial. Where can I get one of these? It says 75 coax by the plug socket.

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it is highly likely that you're TV is outputting mono sound, hence the left channel only. check your physical connections to the TV and the balance / channel volume on the television as well.

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Remember the rear speakers are called surround... Did you select surround on the unit? if it says stereo then you will only get fronts, select surround to get the rest.

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Appart from the wire clips what type of connectors are there? are they RCA like on a TV?
If you are driving these speakers with an external amplifier then the red and black cable clips are your safest bet.
these connections are designed to carry an amplified signal. Unlike the RCA connections which are normally Line level.

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The loop antenna is for AM. The FM connection is just like the speaker hook up. Pull down the tab and insert the bare wire.
Hope this helps. If not let me know
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For trial purpose you and use an old electrical cord . Strip the insulation off about 1/2 in and insert it into the connections on the back

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