Question: Where do you hook up speakers?

To hook up speakers, you just connect the speaker wires to the appropriate outlets on the A/V receiver. Before you plug and play, though, there are a few points to remember. Keep your speakers in phase. Each speaker wire consists of two conductors, a positive and a negative.

Where do you connect speaker wire?

0:243:09How to Connect Speaker Wire to Speakers and Banana PlugsYouTubeStart of suggested clipEnd of suggested clipThe terminals are the positive. And negative connections to which your speaker wires will connect toMoreThe terminals are the positive. And negative connections to which your speaker wires will connect to the speaker and amplifier.

Where do speakers plug into computer?

1:062:37How To Connect Speakers To A Computer (Tutorial) - YouTubeYouTubeStart of suggested clipEnd of suggested clipSo you can take a look right there you can see that theres a green port. Right there right where myMoreSo you can take a look right there you can see that theres a green port. Right there right where my finger is sort of that light greenish color that port right there.

Does it matter which way you hook up a speaker?

As long as the speakers are connected with the same polarity, it doesnt really matter which one they are connected to. The easiest thing to do is to connect the red terminal on the amplifier or receiver to the red terminal on the speaker.

How do I find speaker wire in wall?

Use a utility knife to cut open the wall to look for the speaker wire, if all else fails. Score a small section with the knife, then use a hammer to knock the piece out. The drywall will break on the score lines. Continue cutting until you find the speaker wire.

How do I install speakers on my desktop?

0:101:32How to Install Computer Speakers - YouTubeYouTube

How do I hook up speakers to my laptop?

0:241:45How to Attach Speaker to your Laptop - YouTubeYouTube

Why do speakers have two sets of terminals?

The two sets of terminals are usually for the low frequency drivers and the high frequency drivers. If you have multiple amps you would bi-wire. Some people bi-wire to lower the total resistance between a single amp and the speakers. The speakers will come with a jumper between the two sets of terminals.

How do I know which speaker wire for my speakers?

When determining which wire gauge to use, consider how far away the speakers are from your amplifier or A/V receiver. Generally, for short speaker wire runs, a 16-gauge wire is sufficient. However, for longer speaker wire runs (to another room, for example), it is better to use a thicker, lower-gauge wire.

Can I drywall over speaker wire?

You can drywall right over the wire, and may never use a volume control, but at least if you ever want to install a volume control you could cut into the drywall and the wire would be right there for you.

How do you find wire behind drywall?

By pressing the stud finder power button and gradually moving it slowly across the area, a stud, a pipe, or a wire inside the wall will trigger a beeping signal, which one will be confirmed with an indicator light in Figure 6 flashing on the scanner.

How do I connect internal speakers to my computer?

Using the left and right arrow keys, select the Security tab, and then select Device Security. Next to System Audio, select Device is available. Go to the Advanced, and then select Device Options. Next to Internal Speaker, select Enabled.

Do speakers plug into computer or monitor?

LCD and other types of flat-panel monitors that come with built-in speakers plug into either the rear speaker jacks or the USB port. (The speaker connection is in addition to the monitor connection.) Traditional audio connectors are color-coded on your PC.

How do you hook up external speakers to a laptop?

0:241:45How to Attach Speaker to your Laptop - YouTubeYouTube

How do I install speakers to my computer?

0:101:32How to Install Computer Speakers - YouTubeYouTube

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