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Stereo systems have 3 wires, of which one is common for both the speakers......first check for the wires and when you find it, plz connect the negative of the two speakers to the common and connect the others to the rest two wires.....
This can due to loose connection in the stereo cable (broken wire). and also do you have earth wired to the system or the output device?
This is how to check a broken wire, just simply remove the stereo jack coming from you device or PC.
make sure you remove both ends, see whether the sound is gone.
if you don't have a earth wired, please use a proper three pin plug.
if this doesn't work, you have problem with the sound amplifier inside the sub-woofer.. you need a repair :(
In a surround sound system, the correct way to listen to music is in stereo mode which will play out of your left and right channels and your subwoofer. When viewing a movie with surround sound, then you should use your rear speakers. The key element to remember is that rear speakers are only intended to play your sound effects, and will not play full range audio. Thats what your fronts and center are for. If you simply want to override this, than you will need to select the direct sound field on your receiver and than it will send full range audio to all speakers connected. Most likely, its not going to sound that good. If you dont know what each sound field does, here is a list and function of the most commonly used ones.
Stereo-Front Left and Right speakers including subwoofer
Dolby Digital or PLII Movie-these are the bost options for your surround sound
Direct-All speakers connected get full range signal
Yes, you can plug your TV directly into the Bose 901 Equalizer, but you will still need to go from the EQ into an amp to drive the speakers. The Bose EQ basically is for the speakers, not the signal coming in to it. Because of the speaker design, the EQ "shapes" the sound to compensate for the speakers. Please rate my answer, thanks.
I am assuming that you want to have a normal stereo ( 2 channel ) from, CDs, Radio Etc..To be able to play from all of your speakers for a more surrounding sound experience, for parties or just more sound.I am also assuming you currently have your speakers wired like standard 5.1 in the bottom diagram on page 19 of your receiver manual.To change the way the sound is coming from your speakers you will need to refer to the “Sound Field Programs” part of your manual starting on page 52.You will want to be in the input source you would like to change “ie: radio”Let assume you want to change radio, once the radio is on;Rotate the “N” Program selector, (or press “5” and then “12” Prog < /> repeatedly ).You will want to change to program, “7ch Stereo”this should take your 2ch signal and send it to all connected speakers.If this does not work, please let me know.
Philips DVP 3256 has 6 outputs which takes in RCA connectors Altec lansing VS3251 has 3 STEREO outputs. Buy 3 nos of STEREO (female) to RCA (male) cables 1. Connect the Altec's green wire to first stereo-to-RCA cable. RCA ends to DVP 3256's Front left and Front right 2. Connect the Altec's black wire to second stereo-to-RCA cable. RCA ends to DVP 3256's Rear left and Rear right
3. Connect the Altec's orange wire to third stereo-to-RCA cable. RCA ends to DVP 3256's Centre/Sub woofer. Interchange RCA ends if the Subwoofer sounds dull.
Tell your son not to play with your stereo.
Sorry that was a bit blunt. The Speakers from a bose system generally run at about 4 ohms of resistance, your sherwood amplier is spitting the dummy because it can't handle that sort of a load. get some proper speakers and make sure that they are connected up properly, and that none of the cables are touching.
The cables you use are what come from the speakers, but you will need to have a dedicated 2.1, 3.1, 5.1 or 7.1 surround sound card fitted, you cant split the sound channels from a normal stereo analogue sound card.