I have a philips power middle speaker, but when I hook other speakes to it and plug it in I get now sound do I have to hook the speaker to the tuner so it play CD player radio, and other things I have hooked up to the tuner or can I run the speaker alone.
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what OS have you installed ? if vista or +, it is not compatible !
just compatible until XP !
now if you have XP, did you connect the audio out of the card to the audio in of your sound card or directly to amplified speakers ?
because the sound must be routed from the out of your tuner !
If you identified the specific products involved we (and you) might be able to look at the documentation and verify the obvious answer. Voice is generally concentrated on the center channel, so, yes, a speaker there would be a good idea.
If you don't have a multi-channel rig you shouldn't feed multichannel audio to it. Maybe use the unidentified DVD player's analog output and make sure it's set to mix the channels down to stereo.
You cannot hook up speakers to the F-9 directly because is has no built in amplifier. It has only a preamplifier out. You will have to hook up this F9 tuner to an Amplifier's Tuner/Aux input using a RCA cable. The Amplifier out should be connected to the speakers and when you select the appropriate input on the Amp you will hear your Tuner sound.
2 things are needed to get sound from your speakers:
1-wiring connecting your speakers to a socket to the back of the computer. (The spot they need to plug in to ON YOUR COMPUTER is a small light green circular socket. The other end of the plug you plug in here should run to one of your speakers *usually the right side speaker-the right speaker should then have separate wiring to connect the left speaker.)
2- A source of power.
Some speakers use their own power source and plug in to a power outlet - your wall. Other types have a USB type plug and plug into a USB port in your computer and that is how THOSE get their power.
Those are the basics of sound setup. Some computers are equipped with more complicated setups such as surround sound, subwoofers, digital and more. Reply if you need more help, I will try to assist you further.
start with the tuner, hook up the equalizer to the tuner, then on the rear of the equilizer hook up all the peripherals except the amps which will go to the tuner outputs and all will feed thru the tuner to the amps and out to the speakers
I don't know of any interface that goes from speaker wires to USB. I think that we should go another way. You know soundblaster has many cards that will let you hook those speakers right up and its a very easy installation. I myself have Bose speakers hooked up to my soundblaster card and its wonderful. You can peruse the soundblaster cards here. Its really easy to do and it will allow you to have great sound that you can configure for very high quality stereo.
cd players work without use of volume controls coax cables hook up's and then by setting reciever to proper button so sound can come out
you might have had a power surge that fried your system but lets look at easy stuff first
lines in properly and connected
test on an old sterio with speaker hook ups and test your speakers by plugging in to old beat box
make sure wires are not scorched
turn on receiver fm see if speakers work change channels to sterio and mono settings if speakers start to work on sterio or mono setting chances are power surge blew out your system
hope this worked
Yea this model kinda sucks with ambilights ( one thing they wont tell it has a problem ambilights catching on fire !! no lie, there is a factory recall and modification). anyways back to question the popping noise. If u have a multimeter or can borrow one check the Ohms of the speakers they should read around 8 Ohms. But your best bet is to Change both speakers if you can find some with the same rating it will be fine. And also change the Audio Amp . On the board the the speakers plug into the big IC think its 7200 i think. Well its the biggest IC on this board. And for the Channels skipping u have a bad tuner.