Use Bluetooth — if your stereo has Bluetooth, you can connect your iPhone wirelessly to your stereo. Use AirPlay — some stereos support AirPlay and if yours does, you can connect your iPhone wirelessly to your stereo. I have an old Sony speaker from my dad. Hi Nick Many thanks indeed, like from everyone of your other readers above have expressed, for a most illuminating article on the subject. Look for the speaker terminals red and black and stick the wire in there.
It worked fine until I moved it. To figure out where this problem might be, test each individual piece of equipment first the stereo receiver, then the speakers, then the speaker wires, and so on on a second stereo system that you know works. In total, it could be almost as costly as buying a brand new Sony receiver with a warranty. If one does not exist, find an area that will be covered by carpet where you can drill a whole and place your own bolt. I have an old technics model sa-gx130 stereo receiver and I used it about a week ago everything was working great, but I recently moved it and tried playing the radio. Could this effect speaker performance? We also have a Marantz turntable and Marantz cassette deck. At this point, you should have everything connected and ready to go.
Yes, you will need a phono pre-amplifier for your Sony turntable. 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. I have no idea how to wire these, any help would be appreciated, and what else would I need to set them up? There are other stereo receivers with phono inputs out there, but I prefer the quality of the Integra and Onkyo lines. If your receiver or amplifier has enough variety, you should be able to handle most any subwoofer out there. Most radio stations broadcast over the internet in addition to over the air.
Then I switched them, and the second one was definitely less clear. When you connect speakers to your receiver, make sure the wires connect the red to the red ports and black to the black ports. I am going to purchase a record turntable looking at the Audio-technica at-lp60 turntable. So while are just one component among many, the problems they can introduce are vast and varied. Some receivers may have clips that you push down to stick the wire in; others you may have to unscrew a cap to stick the wire in and screw it back down again.
What do you need to set up a stereo system? Speaker wires can be damaged even if they look fine and this may cause problems with the receiver. But is it absolutely necessary? I have speakers hooked up to the amp. This is only for small speakers no bigger than a surround sound satellite or bookshelf speaker. But if it is, then obviously, you must use the correct polarity connections to the amp! If there were any good wireless speakers you could directly hook up to a stereo receiver, I would recommend them. Do you need to make room for a turntable? Make sure you have the antenna hooked up to the tuner. Run your speaker wire from the receiver to your speakers.
So what are all these adjustments and dials on the side of the amp? What I realized is a lot of people who come to our store looking for a stereo system may not have the slightest clue how to set one up. It is not an ideal setup, but if you need it to work without getting a new receiver or subwoofer it might be the only way. Be sure to find an area that is as close to the battery as possible since the fuse can only protect against a short circuit if the fuse is within the short circuit. I have a small surround sound set of speakers and there standing speakers. I have speaker wires with red, yellow, and white ends. I am having trouble hooking up my stereo system, I have 4 pieces of equipment. Subwoofers are typically easy to connect, given that there are usually only two cords to deal with: one for power and one for the audio input.
Be sure to scrape away some of the paint to achieve good conductivity for the ground wire. Thanking you in advance of your reply and if by any chance you are unable to help me please keep on doing the great work you are for others. We had a 5-disc changer on it before and it worked fine. Hi Nick, I have a question on setting up my stereo. Once you do this a few times, you will get the hang of it. My dad has Snell speakers and he loves them! I like option 2 the best because you get to use all 4 conductors in the speaker wire. Which speakers would you suggest for 5.
There is Just 3 audio video red white yellow cords coming from the floor and my receiver for audio has spots for the regular speaker wire. My questions are pretty basic. Yes, the Kenwood Spectrum 1050 supports plugging the units into each other. You will need an analog audio cable to do this. Try your speakers on another stereo receiver. To answer your question, yes it is possible to connect speakers wirelessly.