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Your Amps' output section has shorted. Don't connect any other speaker to it, till it has been repaired. It will burn out it too. In some sets this section will be of transistors, and in others, an IC will be used. Anyway it has shorted and has to be replaced. OK.
You can use 4 speakers. Connect 2 speakers to the A system of the JVC and the other 2 to the B system. Then select in JVC the A+B speakers position. As your receiver is stereo, this is the way you could best distribute the sound. However, if you have only 3 speakers, it would be dangerous to try wiring the third one without changing the whole impedance. So you may use 2 speakers.
hey man my names josh i used to work in home theatre if you can clarify what your problem is i can walk you through it my cell is 832 248 4144 on thing thing yo want to check with that no sound being produced out of of hdmi is to make sure that the port that you have it running to on your tv does not have a set of analog jacks next to it. if thats the case you want get your sound cause you will have to run sound with your hdmi next to that port on the tv that is if your tv has that function and providing you have more than one hdmi port on your tv it will most be the first port you have it pluged into if not you may need to check your wiring and your pre sets on the tv as well as your wiring that your have going to every thing cause i cant promise you that everyting may be hook up like it should but i can straiten that up for ya like i said my name is josh and my cell is 832 248 4144
You may have a break in the wire. You can find out by slowing moving your fingers down the wire until you notice sound coming from the subwoofer. You can fix it yourself by cutting about an inch away from the break both ways. Then cuttings some of the wire off, so the copperwire is exposed. then wrap the two copperwire ends together and seal it with elections tape. or Try replacing the 60 watt subwoofer wire.
in order to make those speakers sound good (if they can sound good at all) you need to use equalizer box witch came with them.
If your receiver does not have tape monitor loop or preamp to amp jumpers you can not use those speakers.
To be honest you do not loose much...
none of this stuff is any good (sorry for bad news), but if you like those speakers (I know they have big fans, even if in HI-FI world, they not consider as good) you have to change you receiver.
hi, its definetly an internal problem, commonly in the output section, usually its a capacitor or an transistor which is leaky or short. which causes the overload, so u will need a techinical hand to get it resolved.