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Refer to the manual(s). Your unnamed speaker(s) may have special requirements (or not). Either way, the manuals are very helpful and a good place to start.

Register and download the manual for free at retrevo.com


http://www.retrevo.com/support/Kenwood-KR-X1000-Receivers-manual/id/479dj792/t/2/

Posted on Mar 24, 2011

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How to connect speakers to a Dell computer that has 7.1 intergated sound card....


How to connect speakers to a Dell computer that has 7.1 intergated sound card.

This applies to: Dell Inspiron 530 and 531

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Note if you are just connecting standard stereo speakers (2.0 or 2.1) you will just connect them to the green port. In adddtion if the speakers are 4.0 or 4.1 you would connect the rear speakers into the black port.

In regards to 5.1 speakers you would hook up the above listed connections and then connect the center and sub speakers to the orange port. The picture below shows the ring assignments for the center and sub-woofer connection if you are not using computer speakers.


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For the 7.1 configuration you would hook up the above listed connection and then you would connect your side speakers to the white port. Note the side speakers are left/right speakers so the ring assignment is a standard setup with tip being left and the second ring being right.

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I don't know which port in the back of the Pavilion to connect the black wire from the speakers (that connect to the right speaker with red and white ends). Any ideas? They are labeled as side, rear...


To get "surround" sound, when you face the computer, you will have:
* 2 front speakers, one immediately on each side of the computer
* 2 side speakers, one on each side of your head
* 2 rear speakers, one behind each side of your head

Thus, when the sound is of a jet-plane coming towards your face,
you'll first hear the sound in the front speakers,
then in the side speakers,
and finally in the rear speakers,
to produce a sound-effect of the jet passing over your head, and going "behind" you.

Usually, for "front" speakers, one speaker connects to the other speaker, and the second speaker connects to the "FRONT-audio-output" connector on your sound-card.

For side speakers, one speaker will connect to the LEFT-side-audio-output port,
and one speaker will connect to the RIGHT-side-audio-output port.

For rear speakers, one speaker will connect to the LEFT-rear-audio-output port,
and one speaker will connect to the RIGHT-rear-audio-output port.

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When I hook up the rear speakers to my in-wall speakers, I can't get any sound. I have speaker button 1 and 2 selected.


Hi:
you need to clear that you connect wall speakers for font,center or rear (surround) speakers?
Seem you connect for Front speaker.
Rear (surround) speaker will have "rear" mark on the back of your reveiver.
In general you need to select both buttons 1 & 2 then check your speaker wires connect into "output1" or "output 2" hint: each output will have 1 for left and 1 for right speaker. Each Left or right speaker will have 2 connection 1 red color (+) and 1 white color (-). Try to match these colors code for your speakers connection.

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How it can be connected to a stereo amp


hi,
if ur amplifier have a pre out, then u can connect that to ur L/R input of ur sub woofer.

if not the only way is, connect ur amplifiers speaker output to sub woofers speaker input and then connect ur speaker to sub woofer speaker output terminal. remember don't inter change positive and negative wires.

if ur amplifier have speaker A,B connection then it is very easy. connect the speaker A to ur left and right speaker. then connect speaker B to ur sub woofer's left and right speaker input. be sure to make that speaker A and B switch is in on position. the power on both and check it. ( use good quality speaker cable to connect the sub woofer)

your sub woofer is designed to work , both at low level and high level input.
ok

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I been having a problem with my JBL TLX CSS-SUB1, I don't have the manual. Connecting speaker wires from the JBL TLX CSS-SUB1 to the a Digital Audio/Video Control Center ( it's a reciever) I confused,...


The connection on the receiver would be the sub woofer out. Not a sub woofer out LFE, a sub woofer out with speaker wire connection. From there you plug it in to the top section of the available terminals on the sub you are referring to (speaker level input). One in positive and the other in negative matching what you did on the receiver with correct ends. The speaker connections underneath the top connections is for additional speakers like surrounds to be able to be connected directly to the sub woofer speaker level out for sound. This of course would be for an older receiver connection. I do not think it is possible to convert this connection to an LFE and have it work properly. If the receiver does not have sub woofer speaker connection and only a RCA out then you can try to connect both rear speaker connections from the receiver to the speaker level inputs on the sub and then connect your rear speakers to the speaker level output on the sub to power them. This is an active sub woofer but for some reason they made it connect as if it was passive. I am not sure if this sub is designed for really low frequencies required for movie or if it is better for music.

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Changing the omes of a 4 10'' bass cabinet


i guess ur talking about four nos of  4ohms 10" speakers. two speakers of four ohms connected in series gives 8 ohms, but if u use parallel connection u will get half of individual ohms i.e 2 ohms. so connect two speakers in series and another two speakers in series. parallel the two serial speakers and voila... u get a 4ohms speaker with double the wattage.
parallel connection - connect +ve to +ve and -ve to -ve.
series connection - connect -ve of one speaker to +ve of another speaker so that u have +ve input to one speaker and ground(-ve) on the second speaker.
So, two separate series speaker then parallel the two series speakers.

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How do i connect 4ohm speakers to my 8ohm jvc receiver


You must connect two sets of speakers to do this.
You must connect them in series.
Meaning, you connect the positive of one to the positive (red) on that reciever. Then you connect the negetive of that speaker to the positive of another four ohm speaker, then run the negetive of that speaker to the negetive on the reciever. Just like if you were connecting batteries together.

Remember never to connect multiple speakers in paralell. (positive to positive and negetive to negetive) as this would make four ohm speakers into a two ohm configuration.

You can use speakers with higher ohm ratings in this setup. For instance, if you connect an eight ohm speaker in series with a four ohm this would give you 12 ohms. Which is also acceptable.

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One of my speakers got disconnected and I don't know where to plug it in.


Typically, the LEFT speaker connects only to the RIGHT speaker.

The RIGHT speaker connects to the LEFT speaker.
The RIGHT speaker connects to the AC power-supply.
The RIGHT speaker connects to the "green" port (not the nearby "blue" nor "pink" connectors) on the "back" of your computer.

Check the connections.

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How to connect the speakers to my pc


here's the step to connect to yur PC my dear,, just read it 1 The hardwareUnpack the speakers and the cables (included with the speakers) out of the suitcase.
2 I use the speakers with a video 1. Plug the power supply in the speakers.
3. Connect the main speaker with the video.
3 I use the speakers with a computer 1. Plug the power supply in the speakers.
2. Connect the speakers to each other.
3. Connect the main speaker with the computer.
4. Press the 'ON/OFF' button.
 
4 The softwareIf you use a laptop make sure your volume settings are OK.
 
Go to Start > Control Panel > Sounds and Audio Devices.



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