Question about Audio Players & Recorders
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
If it is a 95-97, the speaker grills are not designed to come off by themselves. You have to actually take off the door panel. There should be screws all the way around the outside as well as 2 larger screws in the middle of the door covered by plastic caps. Remove all of those and you can finally get access to the speakers themselves. Hope this helps....
Posted on Jan 14, 2009
Some speaker manufacturers design their boxes with non-removable front grills. Be thankful that you can remove the back because I've seen these sealed as well. Once inside, the speakers should be mounted from the inside (mounting screws on inside) compared to front mounted. IF they are not then either you're not using the proper method to remove the grill OR it's glued in place and will require breaking the glue bond to release the grill. One note to remember...non-removable grills can mean the manufacturer has something to hide.
Posted on Mar 23, 2009
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Speaker terminals for speakers with an impedance of 4 ohms or more. Connect the right speaker to the terminals market 'R +' and 'R-' ensuring that the 'R+' is connected to the '+' terminal on your
loudspeaker and the 'R-' is connected to the loudspeaker's '-' terminal. Connect the terminals marked 'L+' and 'L-' to the left speaker in the same way.
Always use heavy duty (16 gauge; 1.5mm, or thicker) stranded wire to connect loudspeakers to your NAD C320. The high-current binding post terminals can be used as a screw terminal for cables
terminating in spade or pin sockets or for cables with bare wire ends.
BARE WIRES AND PIN CONNECTORS
Bare wires and pin sockets should be inserted into the hole in the shaft of the terminal. Unscrew the speaker terminal's plastic bushing until the hole in the screw shaft is revealed. Insert the pin
or bare cable end into the hole and secure the cable by tightening down the terminal's bushing.
Ensure bare wire from the speaker cables does not touch the back panel or another socket. Ensure that there is only 1/2" (1cm) of bare cable or pin and no loose strands of speakers wire.
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If you're pondering those jumpers on the back of the speakers, my advice is to leave them in place and ignore them. Connect the speaker cables to either plus or minus.
Bi-wiring does nothing but make you use twice as much speaker wire for the same electrical effect. Bi-amping assumes there are deficiencies in your electronics that must be worked around, again by using more speaker wire and separate amps.
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