I have just gotten home with my new.Polk Audio Floor Speakers (RTI10)
they were floor models so did not com ewith a guide for hook up. I just can't figure out how to connect the speaker wire properly and I'm nervous about doing it wrong. is there anywhere i can see a visual display of how to connect the speaker wire to the back of the speakers?
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if it is a 5.1 channel amp wire the center speakers together into the same port. wire the two front speakers in the or der that they would appear on the amp (such as left front speaker to the left front speaker terminal on the amp etc.) and do the same for the rear speakers. and all you should have left is the sub-woofer channel in which you do not have to worry about.
Another bmw i used to work as a intaller in mansfield ohio, i got a call one from a customer that had a 318i and noone would touch it including circuit city!! mosty they dont know what they are talkign about. what i did was hard wire all the speakers to the deck and it sounded Awsome with a sub it will sound even better im not sure how yours is hooked up but i do know polk audio is pretty goodstuff especiallt thier db line in regular speaker and momo subs. my suggestion is to hardwire the speakers.
I doubt the speakers need a driver. Is there output from the soundcard? Connect the speakers to an alternate audio source, such as the headphone jack of a CD player or radio. If the speakers produce sound, the problem is probably with your soundcard. Recheck your soundcard installation and setup procedure. Consult the sound card’s manual. Check the “mute” and “volume” controls on your soundcard or media player software and keyboard. Are the speakers connected properly? Make sure the plugs are securely connected in the proper location according to their colorcoding and the diagram on th front of this manual. Make sure the left speaker wire with the white stripe is connected to the (+) speaker terminal on the subwoofer.
well, some DELL models, have an internal audio, and it is cheap sound card, others have problems with this sound cards, and must be replace. or if you want to buy a PCI X-FI from creative, really Rocks the sound to a new level 5.1 surround sound, up to 7.1