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I recently purchased a pa system- however I don't seem to be getting any sound from my speakers. the details of the amp. biema amplifier w series in the manual there are two speaken output socket which have been locked. is this where the speakers sockets go if so how do I unlock this?

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  • vin1 Jan 19, 2008

    hello again

    disconnected all the wires. how do I actually connect them to the output sockets. would I need to unlock them first?

  • vin1 Jan 19, 2008

    I have the rcl speakers 600w. can you please describe how I be able to unlock the sockets. wud it need to be a screw driver?

  • vin1 Jan 19, 2008

    am i grabing the two sockets one going clockwise and the other going anti clockwise if so they're are firm shut

  • vin1 Jan 19, 2008

    please can you highlight the area i need to unscrew

  • vin1 Jan 19, 2008

    ok i have done that i have only got one red and one black which one do i put as plus and which as minus?

  • vin1 Jan 19, 2008

    do you then collect the red and black leads to the input slots and the speaker leads to outputs slots?

  • vin1 Jan 19, 2008

    now i am getting really bad distorsion in one speaker only with the prot light coming on does that mean there could be a fault to the amp itself? because I am not even getting a sound of the speaker being on until i get that bang sound

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Hi,

Yup, you need to connect to the output sockets. Where are they connected now?

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    Damen Wong Jan 19, 2008

    You should be able to unscrew so you can insert the speaker wires. When the wires are in place screw it back in firmly so the wires stay in place. Which speakers do you have?

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    Damen Wong Jan 19, 2008

    The back of your device looks exactly in the picture...right? Just grab hold of them and unscrew (should be counter clockwise - if not then try clockwise).

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    Damen Wong Jan 19, 2008

    You don't need any special tool just your hand.

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    Damen Wong Jan 19, 2008

    There are 4 knobs in the output area...two black and two red. Grab each one individually and turn to unscrew.

  • Damen Wong
    Damen Wong Jan 19, 2008

    They all unscrew in the same direction.

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    Damen Wong Jan 19, 2008

    red is +

    black is -

  • Damen Wong
    Damen Wong Jan 19, 2008

    Did you make sure that you hooked it up correctly? The left pair of knobs for one speaker and the right pair of knobs to the other speaker. Make sure the wires are connected well. The sound is only good from one speaker?

  • Damen Wong
    Damen Wong Jan 19, 2008

    I am sorry...but what is prot light?

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