Question about Audio Players & Recorders
Is your stereo system set up for wireless communication? If it is, you may have to go into the user manual for the stereo, to find the setting for it. The wireless setting may be set to off by default.
Posted on Feb 23, 2013
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
You must check with the instalation gude for the wireless speaker to see if the connection to the reciver is a high impedence or low impedence... If its like most wireless set-ups its going to be a high impedence output from the reciver to the transmitter part of the speakers. That would be from the RCA jacks in the back of the reciver maked line out or tape out. If you want to use them for a specific speaker output , some recivers have an output jack that would be labeled center sperker out but would be an RCA type jack ect ect. If your reciver dosent have that you can in a higher end audio store get an adaptor to convert the speaker output to a high impedence, But I dont recomend that as some of the adaptors do cause excessive strain on the output section of the amp or reciver.. If you buy a good one though you should be fine.. You get what you pay for.. Good Luck
Posted on Aug 06, 2006
SOURCE: Stereo speaker problem
The speaker is bad. The receiver detects a shorted condition and shuts off to prevent the amp section from damage. Replace the speaker or the wires. Something is shorted.
Posted on Apr 02, 2008
when you play real DVDs?
im assuming you do
DVD quality is higher than standard TV signals and also TV signals are subject to noise from the envionment
as for DVD there is every little chance for noise because its from DVD player to speakers.
what you could try is swapping the cables that carry sound from the DVD palyer to the system with the ones that carry sound from the TV to the system
if you can
and see if that helps but i doubt that it will help
all i can say is you have to live with the noise or get a HD reciver or something along those lines
also i just read that the back speakers are wireless temporarily move the wireless speakers towards the transmitter and see if the noise stops
or if you can hard wire them temporarily and see if it helps
Posted on May 12, 2010
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