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How do you attatch the speaker unit to computer

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The speakers hook up in the earphone jack, it often is a green plug. Get speakers with a subwoofer and you get really great, full sound. A subswoofer does not mean LOUD, but rather full, unless you are a teenager.

Posted on Oct 12, 2010

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My lb6800 says raise pressure foot bar and it is, tried unplugging, nothing helps. It sews when embroidery unit not attatched.


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I have just recieved external speakers for compaq 6720s but not sure where to attatch it,please help.


You would normally connect external speakers to a laptop using the laptop's headphone port. The cable coming from the speakers would normally have a green connector on the end and would plug directly in.

If you have a bigger, more complex speaker system then you would need to determine what connections are possible to the speakers and what outputs are provided on your laptop. The most common audio out ports (for PC's, not so much laptops) are SP-DIF Coaxial and Optical. These would provide full digital surround sound signals from your computer but are not found commonly on laptops.

My best guess would be the above green connector to headphone port setup. The rest is a bit optimistic for an everyday laptop.

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Cant figure out why my protect LED indicators continue to go on.. Why is this happening?


disconnect speakers at the amp, turn unit on, if it goes into protect, it needs service. If it stays on, re-connect speaker wires without speakers attatched at the other side and test again. (make sure wires are separated and not touching metal!) if it stays on still, check speakers one by one, when it goes into protection, you have found your problem. Disconnect the bad speaker and test again. Process of elimination. It can only be one of three things. Internal amp problem(nothing connected and protection) wires(no speakers connected and protection) or speaker(s) (when speaker connected,protection) Hope this helps. If you need deeper troubleshooting with this issue, post a comment and I can help you further.

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Disconnect all speaker wires at the receiver, then turn it on and up. If it stays on, check your speaker wires one by one, then check your speakers one by one. If it still cuts out with nothing attatched, it needs serviced or replaced.

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I had this same problem. After reading other ideas and some trial and error, I finally got it. Most Caravans have an Infinity system (the speaker grill will say Infinity on it) ,which uses an amplifier to run the door and rear speakers. I had to ground the clip wire that was originally attatched to the strap ground on the factory installed radio. Then I also had to hook the wire on the new radio for power antenae (blue and white on my unit) to a blue wire on my new harness. This wire came from the last wire of 7 wire harness that had the other 6 wires for speakers. The original wire appeared to be green/red on my vehicle. After I connected both, the speakers cameon and sound great again

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Overload wihout any attatched components


If you don't have anything attatched to the unit and it display's "overload" Your unit needs to be serviced. Output transistors are shorted. Get an estimate and weigh the cost of repair vs. replacement. Hope this helps

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I bought some rear speakers for my car 6 x 9 and there is no wires at the back what do i do. how do i connect them to my unit


Easyest way is to either disconnect your rear standard speakers (if you have them) and attatch the wires to the original wireing

Or you could daisy chain them (attach to standard speakers) [front or rear]

let me know...
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did you play with the settings on the remote? turn the pro logic on.

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When I connect my 8GB Sony walkman to the KCD-W5541U head unit the display shows "Reading" (flashing on/off). Waited for around 10 minutes and still says "Reading". Phoned a friend who...


It may be the format of your walkman is not compatible with your head unit. try turning your walkman off when you connect it, some units will only read when it has uninterrupted access to your walkman's memory
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