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If the hum is a low note continuous hum, its at 'mains' frequency. The power cables to the unit (or inside it) are getting too close to the cables that carry sound signals to the center speaker. The mains power naturally hums and if mains wires are near to audio kit wires they pick up this sound and play it through their system/speakers. Check the wires to and from it make sure the connections are good and firm. Seperate these wires by at least one inch from any power cables, use tape to hold them down and away from each other.
Look at the section: Using Optional Audio Components.
Assuming your TV has an RCA audio output or headphone output, connect to the PC In. You might have to get an adapter. Select PC In to hear it. make sure the TV's internal volume controls are sending a "Fixed" audio output or its volume control will affect the output. Mute the TV or turn its speakers down.
Does your sonus system has pre-out? you can directly connect one single rca cable to each output into the speakers. make sure, each speakers is set to left and right each channel. these switches can be found above the rca input of the beolab 8000 next to the power link input. You have to understand that by using powerlink source cable is ideal only for other bang&olufsen equipments......however, there are other options, if u don't have a pre-amp output of your amplifier, you can also modify the speaker out of the amp, thru a conversion cable available from bang & olufsen, with an rca cable left and right channel, without interfering with the powerlink.
Shouldn't really need any equipment. You can use a RCA to 1/4" phono adapters.
One for the right and one for left.
If you mixing console already has RCA input then you don't need an adapter.
Make sure you set the volume level on your ipod around 1/4 to 1/2 way up and then turn up the channels your piped into. If the faders don't give you enough gain (volume) then turn up the ipod I bit more. Just watch your imput signal and make sure your not clipping or the sound will be distorded.
First you need to make sure that all the speaker wires are connected to the unit securly. next make sure that they are wired into the correct spots. then check and make sure that it is on the correct mode. please write back
The only tricks to power up again are this: Amp to Equalizer : Use the "Connector " of the Amplifier - IN and OUT and connect them to the Line IN and Line Out of the equalizer; All modules: Use the system control cable like in serie, for example the lowest connects to the above and from thsi one to the other above and so on; Regarding Power: both CD, Deck and Tunner have different colors to connect to the Amplifier power source, you can't miss it; Audio Cables, just follow the IN and OUT with correct colors and you are done!
You will not get 'surround sound' from this set only stereo sound. The Video/Aux jack at the back of the unit is an input terminal. You can connect the audio part of your TV(if it has a Line Out jack), dvd player or video game console to this input to get the sound through the stereo system. Use a male-to-male RCA cable to make the connection, they are color coded (Red and White). Press the "Video/Aux" button to select the input terminal.