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The speaker connections are on the BACK and are "Speakon" connectors... These are special plugs and these apparently can also accept 1/4 inch plugs. It appears that the MINIMUM impedance should be no less than 4 ohms, NOT 2 ohms. One of the back connectors is for the mains, the other ois for the monitor soeakers. The FRONT connections are line level which doi NOT drive speakers,
Insert the red and white plugs on a set of RCA audio cables
into the right and left audio "OUT" jacks on the back of the TV.
Connect the other ends of the cables to a free pair of audio
"IN" jacks on the amplifier.
Strip 1/2 inch of insulation from the speaker wires, and
connect a pair of wires to the left and right terminals on the back of
each speaker using the red wire for the right audio connection and the
other wire for the left.
Connect the other ends of the speaker wires to a pair of
stereo speaker terminals on the back of the amplifier. The wires attach
by raising spring-loaded clips on the back of the amp to reveal a hole
for inserting each wire.
Set the amplifier selector to the set of audio jacks
connected to the TV to enjoy stereo sound from the television.
Connecting Self-Powered Speakers
Insert the RCA plugs on the Y adapter into the TV's Audio
Connect the mini-plug on the wire attached to the right-hand
self-powered speaker to the mini-plug jack on the Y adapter.
Plug in the audio cable and mini-plug from the left-hand
speaker into the Audio "OUT" jack on the back of the right-hand speaker.
Connect the AC adapter to the power jack on the back of the
right-hand speaker, then plug the adapter into an electrical outlet.
Switch on the external speakers and adjust the volume.
The DJM has "PHONO" (RCA) jacks, not "phone jacks" of which the current usage is normally the 1/4 inch diameter.
You would be going INTO the Berhinger 1/4 inch jacks on the back of the speakers since you are not using the three pin XLR connections that are used for balanced lines which the DJM does NOT have.
So you should have RCA plugs to 1/4 inch plug cables. The inputs on the 1/4 inch will take TRS connections. IT IS possible you may need to use an RCA to TRS cable with the signal on the "ring" rather than the "tip" of the connector.
A test of the speakers is to touch the tip of the RCA plug with the speaker on and you should hear a hum.
PLEASE be aware that these speakers are INTENDED for use as studio monitors by the sound man in the booth and NOT for playing loud at a venue for dancers, etc.
You would need to connect the speakers to your computer. There should be a little jack on the back of the monitor marked audio. This will need to be connected to your soundcard jack for front speakers. Once this cable is connected you should have sound from your speakers. Hope this helps.
I installed my soundcard which is the sound blaster SE audigy but when i try to test the sound i see that it does not sound separately.What i have to do to make them sound saperately when i'm testing it ?
Speaker issue desktop's only
1. Plug USB into USB port (any) 2. Plug Black speak cable into LIGH GREEN (NOT BLACK) connector 3. You will see a popup window - make sure it is on Front Speaker out 4. Click OK - you will a cartoon computer with speakers on either side -then click on one of the
speakers to test 5. if that does not work then follow this:
1. If in Windows - Start - Programs - Acer Empowering Technology - Acer E-recovery management -
click on Restore at bottom then "Reinstall apps and drivers" - look for hardware drivers that you
need. Click "install now"
I am not sure about that brand but on my Roland Speakers, the TRS jack lives inside the XLR. I first missed it. Take an XLR and try to connect. I can't imagine that they would not have XLR especially for studio monitors.
Also are your speakers passive or active, that is something that I would seriously at. No amplitude, low signal, no active.