I truly appreciate your time and any suggestions you have. It sounds like one or a few things might be a problem: The Technics stereo receiver The radio The speaker wire The audio cables I always try swapping out as many parts of the system as possible to see what may be wrong. Could this effect speaker performance? To start, it helps a great deal to draw a picture of what you are connecting. This will have a headphone jack on one end to plug into your phone and on the other side, it will have the standard red-and-white audio plugs that go into the stereo. You might not need it for this system. My receiver has the phono preamp.
The amplifier is about 30 years old. Next, find an input on the back of your Onkyo receiver. I have beautiful marble speakers, a tub amp, a cd player, and a Denon stereo amplifier mulit zone unit. Since you hear the hissing noise when you turn up the volume, your receiver can output sound to both speakers. Buy a receiver with a phono preamp built-in — this will cost more than adding a preamp to an existing receiver.
Any other way I could accomplish it? He graduated with honors from Kellogg Community College in 2010 with an Associate of Applied Science. 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. The issue I ran into is with output. Richard, My Kenwood system needs an ignition controlled power wire that will give power to the camera even when the car is not in reverse. We are looking to build a new stereo system. If you turn the volume level up too high, it could blow the speakers or the wireless receiver. If there were any good wireless speakers you could directly hook up to a stereo receiver, I would recommend them.
I'm still looking for an ignition controlled power wire in the trunk so I don't have to run one there from the cabin. Do I put 1 left low frequency cable into tape play jack left and the high frequency bare wire into the left screw lug and tighten. They are inexpensive, probably a few dollars for four of them. Should I trash this whole system although it has great sentimental value to us? Hello I moved into a house that has the whole house surround system built into ceiling and I just purchased a receiver and had five people yesterday trying to get sound from the speakers. Everything will connect to the Basic C-1.
The speakers will be placed on top of each of the units. This is what it looks like — 2. I tested all and they worked fine. I'm looking for this wire somewhere in the cabin. Then, connect the speakers to the Sansui stereo. In addition to tuning in your local stations, you can also tune into nearly any radio station in the country, if not the world. This site and all pages and documents contained within this site are Copyright of The Install Doctor and are protected under Unites States Copyright Laws.
It sounds like you need to cut off the plugs and strip the wire. I do not need a headphone amplifier, or a volume controller. I have more limited space than I did previously. You might be able to find someone who does repair local to you, but with equipment like surround receivers, parts might be expensive or impossible to get. I followed the Denon set-up instructions, but no sound comes out of the subwoofer or the Onkyo speakers.
How could I go about connecting the lvpin amplifier to the tape deck and manage to record on tape with my cassette deck. Just like a car, electronics will wear out with time and use. Connect the speaker wires from the terminals on the receiver top picture to the inputs on the back of the speakers bottom picture. I was amazed by the quality and the clarity of the screen, but I was still a bit on the fence with the software. I would like to set it up so that it has an auxiliary cord or something similar so I can play music from my phone. If your receiver was shipped to Present only for regions where use is necessary.
From an external preamp: hook the preamp outputs to a computer input. About the Author James Clark began his career in 1985. Thanks for the suggestion about using a diode. As it is, your Sansui stereo will connect all your inputs and amplify the sound for your speakers. Just like cars, electronics wear out from time and use.