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    I'm having the same problem, it comes on and goes off whenever it gets ready, at laa times of the night,


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Buy long wire with same classification then replace.or get continue connected.

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I want to extend my speaker cables, how should i connect them


The ideal solution would be to swap out the entire cable for a longer one unless you have to...
It sounds like this isn't an option, so your next best choice is to get some extension speaker cable and cable crimp-on connectors or Wire cable connector blocks (see ebay URL with picture below ) from the wiring department at Radio Shack, Home Depot or your local hardware store. The crimp connectors are generally rubber shielded metal tubes that you insert the wires from the speaker and the extension speaker wire. You then squeeze the crimp-on connector with pliers to secure the wires in place.
IMPORTANT...During extension make sure the polarity (+ -) marekd with different color will continue from existing speaker cable.Otherwise you will loose the LOW NOTES -BASS

If you don't have any extra speaker wire on hand, you can pick some up at a reasonable price at Radio Shack or any hardware store. While there are many theories about what gauge speaker cable are best, you're likely starting with fairly thin wire coming from the back of the RCA home theater system, so crimping on a heavy gauge wire will do little to improve your signal quality. 18-guage speaker wire will likely do the trick in most cases. I would likely recommend a different solution if this were a component-based system with individually powered amps, but for an all-in-one system, 18-guage wire will be sufficient.
Crimp-on **** connectors come in a variety of sizes. Make sure the size you choose is appropriate for the wire you use to extend the length of your speaker cabling run. Here again, Radio Shack and the local hardware stores will sell the connectors you need for most of the common wire gauges.

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May I add on output line a Passive Monitor ? It will work or not ?


Please tell us all the specific models of the pieces in this scenario so we can know what you're talking about.

Do you mean an unpowered (normal) monitor speaker?

You CAN extend speaker wire through a speaker (amp plus to speaker plus, speaker minus to another speaker plus; that speaker minus back to amp minus) and this will INCREASE impedance some, which will in theory reduce effective power output, but, hey, nothing is free and your added speakers pushing more air may result in an improved loudness perception.

Going parallel from speaker to speaker may REDUCE impedance near or below the amp's spec and that could be dangerous to the amp. I'd go with the series option above.


In either case, if your speakers aren't identical in all respects one will probably sound louder than the other. Careful placement regarding distance from the listening position may resolve that for you but then it introduces imaging issues. Like i said, no free lunch.

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Goodmans VFD car stereo - is there a wirung


extend your red and yellow wires straight to positive battery terminal and the black to the negitive . the rest is speaker wire that you trace by looking at what is connected to each speaker.

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Subs dont work


To test speakers.A. Unplug speaker wires.
B. connect a 9volt battery to each speaker,touching one wire to the negative and the other to the positive breifly. The speaker should extend outward or inward, simulating the pumping of the cone. Depending on the polarity of the DC voltage hooked to the battery.
That's why it is important to wire the speakers correctly. Pos to Pos Neg to Neg.
You should know if the speakers or wired in series or parallele.
Google speaker wiring. Very informative.

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How to extend speaker cables of Philips MX6050D DVD Home Theater


Go down to your local RadioShack or any place that sells wire of any sorts (heck, even Walmart might carry it now) and ask them for speaker wire. I'm not sure what the impedance of this particular model is, but you should be able to find it printed on the back of the speakers, or in your user's manual. This guide will help you to identify what size speaker wires you need, that way when you go in looking for speaker wire, you'll at least sound like you know what you're doing.

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Need longer ribbon speaker wire for Acoustimass 16


I have the same question. I just called Bose at 1-877-210-3782 (prompt 6) and they have two solutions:

1. 20 foot Input extension - $25
2. Input adaptor - $12 (you can run your own speaker cable to the input adaptor)

Apr 10, 2009 | Bose Acoustimass 16 System

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Can I extend existing speaker cables


As long as the cables are properly connected you shouldn't lose quality in the sound. If its the front speaker cables you want to extend then contact sony and ask them for the rear cables which you can then substitue for the front ones which are considerably shorter.

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Radio wiring


yes, you'll need to purchase a "line level converter" to change the speaker connections to RCA connections. Or buy an amp that accepts speaker level inputs and extend the wires to the amp. If you have Bose system (says "Bose" on speakers), this will be different since you already have a factory amp

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