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Phone jack on woofer goes into computer tower (should be color coded green) and power cable on woofer plugs into 120VAC. Speaker phone jack plugs into back of woofer. The speaker cable has an on-off switch and volume control as well as a phone jack for your headset.
the black wire is ground, white is + and white/black is - that's for the left side speakers and the gray is + and gray/black is - that's for the right side speakers and that hooks up to the speaker wires coming from radio to high level input plug if you need a diagram this is the website http://a248.e.akamai.net/pix.crutchfield.com/manuals/110/110xa2100.pdf and look on page 5 it will show you. please vote and leave high marks. Thank you and I hope i answered your question
Make sure the speaker are plugged into the "audio out" ports. Black negative, red positive.
If a dvd players or other system is hooked up, the speaker should hook into that unit, then the unit is hooked to the auxiliary port(s), or the proper ports for each unit: ex: cd/dvd should be plugged into vd/dvd; same for vcr, game system - auxiliary is for pretty much any unit not listed on the backing of the receive - however, some units will still work while plugged into the ports other than auxiliary.
Make sure the receive is selected to the desired device.
If you simply have the speakers plugged into the speaker ports, make sure the speaker themselves are still good - try hooking them up to another source such as a a dvd player equipped with surround sound or speaker adapters that will suffice your speaker wiring.
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Check speaker connections and wires and make sure all wires are plugged properly. If problem still exist then unplug speaker one=by-one and test home theater to determine what speaker is causing Protect error.
start with the right speaker, that is you control for now. plug in the power supply one end to the wall the other to the right speaker, connect the left and right speakers, connect the sub woofer to the right speaker, (most of the plug and sockets are color coded, or at least different sockets sizes so they will only fit properly with the correct connector) now you should have one wire left coming out of the right speaker-that gets connected into the GREEN socket of you computer. Now you should get sound...good it works. From here we go to START->SETTINGS->CONTROL PANEL->RIGHT CLICK ON SOUND AND AUDIO DEVICES->VOLUME TAB->ADVANCE (TO THE RIGHT OF SPEAKER VOLUME->SPEAKER SETUP->FOR THE DROP DOWN ARROW SELECT DESKTOP STEREO SPEAKER->APPLY->OK And that my friend is properly done. enjoy,,, please leave a rating, thank you
Yes , you can hook X-530 to a laptop.
I have the same speakers and they come with a 'game adapter'; one side of it accommodates the three plugs and the other side has two plugs for an RCA cable adapter. All you need now is a 2xRCA plug to 1x3.5mm stereo plug which you can buy for $5-$10 from JB Hi-fi and hey presto, you can plug it all into the single headphone slot on your laptop. Thanks for using Fixya.
Hi..have you gotten an answer for this question...I just googled this model number..and about the second one down is the factory service manual...for the model you and I have...there is a way to go inside and solder wire to each speaker leg to make it work that way without the special plastic connector that was the original..