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How to connect single desktop speaker without amplifier to mother board

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Motherboard normally comes with an on-board speaker. If you are to connect a speaker without an amplifier in the audio out, sound will probably come out but very soft and hard to hear.

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Do you have a manual?


Mostly a manual isn't needed as the connecting and operation is fairly intuitive.

Most computer speakers are active these days rather than passive - in other words one speaker will contain an amplifier and require a power supply or batteries. The master speaker will connect to the computer and to the other speaker(s) and to the power supply. The master speaker will also have an on/off switch and volume control and could also have other controls to adjust the balance and tone.

Some low power speakers are connected to the usb port of the computer but most are connected to the 3.5mm jack socket of the computer mother board or sound card.

I hope this helps.

Oct 05, 2015 | Audio Players & Recorders

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Good picture no sound


Hello
Check the speakers first. Get this set connected to an external audio amplifier device, such ans an amplifier or so, with its audio out connections at the back of the TV with audio in connections on the back of the amp, and listen whether you can see sound from the external amp. If you can hear sound from the external amp, and not with the internal speakers of your tv, either the speakers may have damaged or it audio output IC had got damaged. if so you have to replace the IC or should replace the audio card o your tV, if the IC is not available at local electronic spare part market.
If you can't hear any audio by external amp, as it has been connected as stated earlier, the mother board [main board] of your tv has the trouble. There is no repair to this digital board, and it should be replaced as card basis. OK.

Feb 08, 2012 | Vizio 42 in. LCD TV

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Power was given to the Woofer and main board of MX5021 without connecting satellite speakers. There was a sound (may be some device burnt out) and the system became non -functional. The service...


Ideally since this a audio amplifier you can replace with the types that are in the market which can be done up by a competent service engineer.
You can choose the power output based on the wattage of the woofer as some of these companies do not have good support base and spares will be hard to find for a full board replacement. So if your speakers are in order then you can have this choice-- get opinion before you invest or else buy one home theatre amplifier off the shelf that suits the speakers.

Aug 24, 2011 | Altec Lansing MX5021 System

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The speakers have a jointed positive on one side and a jointed negative on the otherside. each speaker ahs 4 terminal connnections. 2 pos and 2 neg. How should i wire these to a single + - input amp?


A single mono power amplifier has usually one output to the speaker and this output can be connected to 4...8 Ohms speaker. If you have two speakers, they can be connected parallel or serial.
In my opinion they should be connected serial because in this case the resultant impedance would be 2 times more than one speaker's one.
The connection:
We have speaker(1) with poles 1+ and 1-, and speaker(2) with poles 2+ and 2-.
We have amp output with poles amp+ and amp-.
Connect speakers 1- with 2+ together,then connect amp+ to 1+ and amp- to 2-.

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gylacz

Jul 21, 2011 | Technics Audio Players & Recorders

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Goes into protect mode and no get out of it


If the problem is present without any speakers connected, then the problem is with the amp and it needs servicing. If the problem is only with the speakers connected, then search for a short in the speaker wiring. Look for a single strand of wire shorting across speaker or amp terminals, excessively long stripped wire that can short when things are moved, pinched wire under furniture and pat damaged wire. If you have an auxiliary speaker switch box, try the speakers without it as it may have problems with the output circuitry of the amp. I hope this gives you a starting point. Good luck

Dec 30, 2010 | Sony Audio Players & Recorders

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Getting buzzing sound from speaker but can here sound from them.


You could have an earth loop which causes a hum/buzzing sound.
Is your computer and powered speakers plugged into different mains?
Connecting amplifiers and speakers to different power sockets will create earth loop problems
This can be fixed by using a single power board connected to a single mains power socket, then connecting all the computer components and powered speakers into this one power board.

Oct 31, 2009 | Harman Kardon Harmon Kardon SoundStick II...

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How do i hook up polk audio speakers to the imac when the speakers have ablack and red hookup and the computer has a single hole for audio?


Your speakers need amplification. Otherwise you will not be able to hear anything, even at full volume. Once you have an amplifier, you can buy a 1/8 inch stereo plug to RCA cable (1/8" to RCA) from the computer to the amplifier. You'd then use regular speaker wire between the amp & the speakers.

Apr 01, 2009 | Apple iMac G4 20" Mac Desktop

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Dead motherborad


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all mother board bios has a beep coad for successful post. looks at mother board manual which is provided with ur mother board. or vander web site. (some mother board one single beep for successful post).

thanks
Buddhadev

Jul 08, 2008 | HP (D7580-60003) Motherboard

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Sony xplod 500w 4/3 channel


If the speaker is a 4 ohm DVC (two 4 ohm coils), you can't wire it to get a single 4 ohm load. Try connecting one coil to each of the two rear channels. It may not be as loud but the amp should operate without going into protection.

If the two 4 ohm coils are in parallel, the amp is driving a 2 ohm mono load. That's probably why it's shutting down.

Apr 25, 2008 | Sony Xplod XM-554ZR Car Audio Amplifier

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Connecting Speaker


Dear Big Timmo,

To connect the Speaker Pins u have to check left or right side of u r mother board where u r power wire, reset wire and Hard disk led wire connected to the mother board. it has 12 or 13 male pins. There u will find in writen speaker in the motherboard. I hope now u can connect u r speaker pins..


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Feb 15, 2008 | Intel Desktop Board D845GERG2 Motherboard

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