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How do i fix the analoug in on boston acoustics ba735

The analog jack in the back is broken ...and i can seem to find a digital audio out cable and adapter to rca so i will try to fix the analog in instead..how do i repair it..and where do i get the part..

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You will have the best luck for parts at mouser.com The speakers might be sealed in which case they are hard to open.

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SOURCE: Boston Acoustic BA735 wont play on my computer

The cable with 2 rings is stereo, a single ring is mono, you have to make sure that you are using the right cable/speaker combo. The speaker output is usually lime green, hope this helps, more info perhaps?

Posted on Jan 24, 2009

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SOURCE: Boston Acoustics Digital BA735 Speakers with no Analog input.

I use one set of BA735 with two computers. Computer A sends digital out and Computer B sends analog. BA735 plays both. I listen to music using digital while the analog from the other computer alerts me to the incoming messages in Pidgin.

I did have to change bios settings on one computer to use the on-board audio.

To enable digital output in XP, click on the speaker icon > Advanced > Select Enable SPDIF. You can leave the PC Spk Mute unchecked if you want the analog output as well. That's all.

I hope you are able to enjoy the rich sound of BA735. It's beautiful. My ears thank a lot for replacing those desktop speakers. BA735 hardly takes up any space . Two small speakers are perched on the hutch and the bass module is somewhere behind the desk, completely invisible.

Posted on Mar 06, 2009

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SOURCE: Connecting BA735 digital 3.5mm plug with S/PDIF coax jack

The male mono plug (from the left small speaker) should be connected into the right speaker (small speaker with controls) . After plugging the multi pin cable from the control speaker to the sub-woofer you need to plug in a signal source from your computer (or any other digital signal) into the sub-woofer. This digital input looks like an ordinary RCA plug but carries many channels of audio. That connects to the enabled digital output of your computer. Some computers output digital through a 3.5mm jack others look just like an RCA phono jack. If you are lucky some BA735 sub-woofers have a second input that is a standard 3.5mm stereo jack and it will take analog audio from computer, DVD, MP3 player or the like. I have three sets of these speakers that I love because of their big volume considering such a small size.

Posted on Apr 30, 2009

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SOURCE: boston acoustic ba735 speakers not working

They say they push digital, but I dont think its what your speakers neet. They require DIGITAL-OUT on the sound card.

Posted on Oct 08, 2009

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