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How to open beolab 5000


If you can, try to download its service manual by internet. It only will have these details. I've tried for it, but went in vein. 3 downloads are there, bu all of them are paid. I've no use of it. The why should I pay for that.. If you want, get it. Or contact any experenced service tech.

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I need help to which way order the speakers go into the back?


Download the user manual to this set. It will have all details.

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Try to downlaod the user manual to your set from internet. If you feel any difficulty in downloading, send your email address to me by fieya. I'll send a copy of the manual to you by return mail. It will have all the details.

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I have four Beolab 6000 speakers and a sub-woofer. How can I use these with a Sony or Panasonic TV system?


That would depend on the unspecified 'TV system' and its speaker requirements and controls. Most TV's don't support directly-attached speakers. Since these are self-amplified, half the battle is won.

Have you looked at any manuals?

Register and download the 6000 manual for free at retrevo.com

http://www.retrevo.com/support/Bang-%26-Olufsen-BeoLab-6000-Speakers-manual/id/23302ci863/t/2/

The Beloab 6000 speakers DO support connection to non-B-and-O products through the RCA Line In jacks but that presumes you have external volume control.

The unnamed subwoofer probably won't work with a TV. More details would be needed.

This speaker system would work with any 'standard' component-style system if you wanted to use them for the TV AND other sources.

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Ok i just got the sub from a sony sswg450 i want to know is there some way to hook it up to my Pioneer home Receiver


Did you get a manual with it? According to the Sony site this speaker originates in Sony MHC-GX450.

"This product bundle includes the following models:
HCD-GX450 - STEREO MINI SYSTEM
RM-SC3 - REMOTE CONTROL for Shelf Mini Systems
SSRG444 - FRONT SPEAKER FOR MHCGX450
SS-WG450 - SUBWOOFER FOR MHCGX450"


Find the manual here and learn a bit about your seprated sub...

http://esupport.sony.com/US/perl/model-documents.pl?mdl=MHCGX450

See page 7.

As can be seen, the subwoofer has two connections to the mothership, very unlike the standard speaker level (+/-) speaker wire or RCA-Line-Level subwoofer out that 'normal passive or active subwoofers use, respectively.

Not knowing which of those your unspecified Pioneer receiver supports, it is impossible to say. Does your Pioneer have that control jack?

Mini-systems are generally not designed to be pieced out and used with grown-up gear. The absence of standardized connections is the clue.


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Can auxiliary speakers be added to a Rowe/AMI Model CD 100K? If so, where do they connect?


Hello,

Yes they can. Above the amplifier compartment you should see the output package. The output package is where the phono speakers are connected to but this can be used to provide output to extention speakers. E1 to E7 tappings left and right provide outputs at different voltages/wattage. E1 left and right is the comon (or ground connection) E2 is the lowest tapping and E7 is the highest. Most people would connect extention speakers to E3 or E4 left & right with the comon connections of the speakers to one of the E1's.
There is also connections for 70 volt line speakers, these are used where long cable runs are needed and the speakers are then fitted with 70 volt drop down transformers to the correct wattage of the speakers. These are available from most good electroic suppliers such as R.S. or Maplins etc.

Regards
Alan Hood
ami-man
Uk

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AIWA TS W35U manual >speaker,subwoofer hookup


YOU SYSTEM HAS TO BE DESIGNED FOR A SUBWOFFER, SHOULD HAVE A CONNECTION IN THE BACK RCA JACK THAT STATES SUB WOFFER

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I have a rockola mystic jukebox & one side of the speakers does not work, i would be greatful for any tips


Either a bad connection somewhere, or one channel in your amplifier is out.

Before you try anything else, switch the amp from 'stereo' to 'mono.' If the speakers come on, your amp is good and you simply have a bad connection somewhere between the amplifier and cartridge (thing that holds the stylus"needle"). Or, possible, but not probable, a bad cartridge.
For a quick fix, switch the amplifier to "mono" and then run all the speakers to the working channel.
In the meantime, if you're handy, try switching the speaker leads and such and see if you can isolate the problem.
Kyle~





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I Need A Copy Of The Users Manual. Lost My Old One Thanks, Jerry


Man please type what brand, model of your unit. So we can help you with.

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