Hi, I have the powered sub-woofer & all the surround speakers from a THR1 cinema system. The sub-woofer uses the JVC 8 pin system cable to hook up with the dvd/tuner/recorder.My problem is that I only have the sub & speakers !! Does anyone know of ANY JVC dvd players that also use the 8 pin hook up cable so that I can search for one and get the system up and running? Its a shame that such good looking speakers are not being used !! Please help :-)
There is other Cinema Surround systems that use the same 8 Pin setup Aldis had one retailing at £49.99 and there are plenty on E-Bay www.eserviceinfo.com will provide schematics for these systems so you can select the right one.
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In most surround sound systems the sub woofer is powered separately and uses a standard RCA coax connection to the receiver/amplifier.
Replacing is simply plugging in the new and reconnecting the coax cable.
Usually the audio signal is Dolby Digital 5.1 the (.1) is the LFE Sub-woofer. The connection is between the Subwoofer RCA connector on the amplifier and connects to the (LFE-Line) in on the subwoofer speaker.
More than likely the optical connection is defaulting to another source. The optical may have been intentionally assigned to another source and either needs to be reassigned or try switching the inputs on the unit until you hear sound...
You can use the sub-woofer and the speakers even without a supporting amplifier. The sub-woofer alone is powered with 167w per channel enough to power all the speakers. The DIN cables used to connect the sub-woofer to any source device like a computer, multi-media projector and others.
DON'T NEED A SEPERATE AMP THE SYSTEM HAS ONE IT IS PART OF THE CABINET THE DVD PLAYER IS IN, YOU CAN HOOK IT TO THE TV WITH A HDMI CABLE OR STANDARD VIDEO CABLE OR A PROGRESSIVE SCAN CABLE SETUP, FOR AUDIO U CAN USE STANDARD RCA CABLES, OR DIGITAL AUDIO, CHECK TO TO SEE WHAT OUTPUTS AND INPUTS THE TV G THE TV HAS ALSO CONSULT YOUR USER MANUAL FOR THE SURROUND SOUND. HERE ARE THE SPECS FOR THIS SYSTEM. 1000 WATT system total program power 5.1 Cube cinema HTS, 12 active drivers/magnetically shielded I-Cube design satellite system 4 Multi-directional 2-way speakers() center channel has 2-way with horn tweeter enclosure (200 WATTS) Dual sub-woofers 400 WATTS; 2X6.5" aluminum poly-laminate cone linked through digital custom crossover circuitry finished in: high-gloss piano and composite black w/silver brushed aluminum complete 6 piece system (HTS surround speakers
You can go for Samsung, Lg or any product of your choice. The most important thing is that you check the back of your old player to see the connections, and make sure the player you are about to by has those connections also so that you would be able to connect your old sub woofer and speaker with the new player.
no, u cant use the speakers with other normal DVD player because it wont have amplification for the speakers... u can use the sub to other dvd player because its inbuilt 120 watt woofer. ur dvd player is 5-disc player as wel as 120 X 2 and 80 X 3 watts amplifier (AV receiver ).... so just the JVC better sound thru the sub and speakers... ENJOY
unless there are some other connectors that may be used, i would think that the issue would be resolvable thru the system settings menu, there may be a speaker arrangement setting somewhere in the menus. The Sub is a .1 setting like 5.1 or 7.1, perhaps even 2.1 where the beginning number is the speaker channels and .1 is the sub. I would think with the sub being on a mono channel it woul/should work with any setting. If there is any more info you could supply I will further research this issue and try to help you get the sub working.