Make sure that you have set the speaker information correctly see pages 12 to 14. Have monitor on button for both tapes. Some speaker manufactures cover the plug holes on speakers with red and black plastic caps. I will have my contractoe and his son do the job. These jacks are usually color coded red, green and blue. I can figure out which is + and which is — I think — but I end up with 2 positive cables one for each channel and 2 negative cables. Let's start with inputs and outputs.
I am going to purchase a record turntable looking at the Audio-technica at-lp60 turntable. Ok, I can think of three possible solutions: 1. Can wait to listen to my old casettes and horrify my teens! I have the clip with bare wires to connect to the speaker and the receiver. I can send you pics of my system if you like! Just like a car, electronics will wear out with time and use. The up stairs bedroom plays sometimes but ill cut off.
The sound heard in a live club, dance club, hall or pavilion consists of direct sound and indirect sound—early reflections and reflections from behind. I tried to help but got no where. You will either find a red and white analog audio output, an optical audio output, or both. It sounds like you got some great speakers, I hope you get a lot of use out of them. Whether you should hook it up this way is a matter of preference. The quad 33 has apparently a special cable that splits the single output from the preamp to the two amps this I understood thanks to the glorious internet , and this is clear. Hi Nick Many thanks indeed, like from everyone of your other readers above have expressed, for a most illuminating article on the subject.
As an alternative to Integra, I would also recommend stereo receivers made by Marantz, Onkyo, Denon, etc. For details, see pages 12 to 14. Please, can you explain how to set this up? I hope this helps you set up your system. Should I simply attach both positive outputs from both channels of the amp, into the 1 positive input of the speaker? Thanks for sharing your knowledge with all of us! You put the open side of the spade connector on the end of each wire and then attach the flat side of the spade connector to the screw terminals on your receiver. The phono input will only work with a turntable because it has extra amplification meant for a turntable only. Instead of using a traditional radio tuner, a lot of our customers use an internet-connected device like a Sonos Connect music player to tune into the local radio stations.
The phono input on the amp is moving magnet. I have two cabinet technics speakers connected to a phisher amp and tuner. Understandably, they have not had many years of experience connecting stereo equipment on an almost daily basis to learn how to do it themselves. In your opinion is it worth trying to get an old amplifier repaired or should we just buy a new one. It may be that I will need to either 1 a new receiver, or 2 a new subwoofer. I have a few questions What speaker wires do you recommend? It cant work for the radio because i have a reciever.
Run your speaker wire from the receiver to your speakers. Enjoy the last bits of summer! Set up your equipment where you want it to go. The other inputs won't be used unless you plan on adding an amplifier. Hi so i have a problem with a stereo system my family has. But is it absolutely necessary? However, this type of setup will compromise the sound quality and the volume level you can listen at for the convenience of wireless speakers. Of course, there are other new pre-amps out there but they can go up into the thousands of dollars.
First of all may I say that you are doing a great service to people who otherwise would not be able to manage their equipment and enjoy the wonderful music that is available. You may need a longer antenna cable. Ok so im trying to hook up an old sharp cd player to my tv. Thanks in advance, and sorry for the non-professional mumbo-jumbo! Buy a phono preamp — a phono preamp is compact, usually about the size of a deck of cards. Have you tried using different inputs on the stereo? Hi Nick, My stackable stereo was originally set up by a professional to play from wired speakers throughout the house.
I am woefully ignorant, as you have no doubt gathered, and do not know if I truly need one or, if in fact I do, which one is the right one for my particular set up. In this case sound quality is low. However my cassette deck is now kaput. In some cases, this cable is already attached to the turntable, in other cases you have to plug it in yourself. He currently resides in Lansing, Michigan where he works on independent film projects and writes for numerous publications. If not, what is the best way for me to connect it? Well, everyone starts from somewhere and after assembling and disassembling numerous demo stereo systems I learned pretty quickly the ins and outs of a stereo system and how everything works together to make your music sound the best it possibly can.
See the pictures below for a visual aid! Also I have a sub woofer with three speakers I asume. I tested all and they worked fine. If you want to get it fixed, I would recommend contacting United Radio since they specialize in repairing Sony equipment. We are looking to build a new stereo system. Is it possible that the speaker wire is bad? Use AirPlay — some stereos support AirPlay and if yours does, you can connect your iPhone wirelessly to your stereo. . Should I trash this whole system although it has great sentimental value to us? If the speakers sound noticeably better, the problem may be the receiver.