Question about Audio Players & Recorders
Posted by Anonymous on
Hi Anonymous, connect passive speakers to a headphone amplifier, it will not work, the headphone amplifier is designed for that, headphones, they are very low power
You should use an amplifier, according to the power that your speakers can handle or use active speakers
I hope you can hear the sound of your TV on your speakers
Regards Franco Dosil
Hola Anonymous, conectar altavoces pasivos a un amplificador de auriculares, no va a funcionar, el amplificador de auriculares esta pensado para eso, auriculares, son de muy baja potencia
Deberas usar un amplificador, acorde a la potencia que puedan manejar tus altavoces o usar altavoces activos
Espero puedas escuchar en tus bafles el sonido de tu TV
Saludos Franco Dosil
Posted on Aug 24, 2019
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: passive radiator speaker wiring
Passive Radiators are not driven by the amp. They have no voice coil and no power goes to them. They are used to enhance the bass or lower frequencies in a speaker system. They work by utilizing the back pressure that a driver (woofer) produces. When a woofer produces sound, it moves forward and backwards inside the speaker cabinet. This backward motion is what drives the passive radiator. So in order for the passive radiator to work, it would have to be placed in speaker cabinet along with a woofer that is hooked up to an audio amp.
Posted on Jul 24, 2009
Assuming they are ALL mains and not for monitors connect this way:
Connect the passive to the A and B powered outputs. Please read my tip on Fixya regarding hazard of grounding speaker leads on channel A of PMP mixers.
Connect each pair of active speakers to the Main L and R 1/4 inch jacks using TRS balanced cables. Power these speakers from the SAME receptacle or source, even if it means running an extension cord to your mixer from where the actives are plugged in. FAILURE to do this creates a hazard of ground loops and ground bounce that can damage equipment. The Main L and R 1/4 inch jackls can drive more than one active speaker... these are line level signals. Make sure to use TRS balanced cables for this.
Posted on Nov 10, 2010
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you should be fine, you can get splitters, little adapters to split the input cables into 2, so that you can use one ouytput to run 2 channels. just hook up the output cables to the output on the numark, and use the splitter adapter to split the sound between the 2 amps.
Posted on Nov 27, 2010
SOURCE: I have an emerson lcd
simply put .no. the only way of doing this is to have a tech run a line inside the tv to the speakers using a 3.5 mil phono jack with speaker cut off
Posted on Dec 21, 2010
SOURCE: My new TV only has
a little google goes a long way...
"headphones optical digital"
Some wireless DO work and even simulate 5.1 surround
Posted on Jan 31, 2011
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