You should be able to connect to the amp.
Speaker cable is used to connect the speaker outputs on audio devices such as a receiver or amplifier to the inputs on the speaker(s).
you plug them in
If you have access to a multi-meter, do a resistance check from end to end on each core while the cable is disconnected. You should have close to 0 ohms on both cores. Do a resistance check between the cores, while the cable is disconnected. You should have an open circuit between the two. Alternatively, connect one end to an amplifier, the other to a speaker and listen for sound. If nothing is heard, substitute the cable, then the speaker and finally the amplifier to establish where the fault is.
When you say "wire 3 speakers" I assume you mean off of one output. If so, then I will tell you that there are two ways to wire 3 speakers.Series: In series wiring you connect the positive terminal of speaker one to the negative terminal of speaker two, then you take the positive terminal of speaker two and connect it to the negative terminal of speaker three. Now you can connect the positive terminal from speaker three to the positive terminal on your amplifier, and then connect the negative terminal of speaker one to the negative terminal on your amplifier.Parallel: In parallel waring you connect all the positive terminals together and all the negative terminals together. You can connect your amplifier to anywhere on the rails.Series vs Parallel: The best option for you is to connect the three speakers using the parallel wiring method. If you use series wiring, then the resistance will increase and your speakers won't sound any louder no matter how much you turn up the volume. (Proportional). In Parallel wiring the resistance through the speakers stay the same but the total current draw is increased.To reduce impedance problems you can wire the left and right input to the speakes then connect the centre speaker across the output of the left right speaker. This produces a series parallel circuit.
The speaker you connect to those terminals needs to be 4 ohms or greater.
It can power it, but you will most likely end up frying your amp. Ohms are a measure of resistance. if you connect a speaker that has less resistance than the amp is designed for, you will end up destroying your amp. a 4 ohm amp will power an 8 ohm speaker fine, but an 8 ohm amp will not do well connected to a 4 ohm speaker. an easy fix for this would be to grab another 4 ohm speaker and tie them into the same channel in a parallel setup (speaker1 + > speaker2 + > amp, same applies to negatives) 4+4=8
You can connect a 14 speaker jack to a home tuner stereo receiver using the RCA connector.
Resistance of a speaker is very low...an 8 ohm speaker might well have a resistance of 0.5 ohm. However an 8 ohm speaker will have an impedance of 8 ohms at 1000 Hz, so four of them in series will have a resistance in the order 2 ohms and an impedance at 1000 Hz of 32 ohms.
Connect them to the TV
Any stereo amplifier these days can connect to a speaker from the 1950's. You will just have to connect one side, left or right, to the speaker. You won't get stereo. If your receiver has the option, you should select mono output to combine the signal of both channels. Never connect the left and right speaker leads together to one speaker.
No. Load resistance is the value of the element actually doing the work of the circuit it is connected to. A speaker connected to an amplifier is the load.
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Listening is important to a public speaker because it helps a speaker to connect more with the listener's needs and perceptions. Listening also enables a speaker to influence the audience.
Almost always, the impedance of a speaker is printed on the back of the speaker. If not, you can test it with a multimeter set to measure Resistance X1.
Yes, you can connect a passive monitor speaker to an EMX 5000.
At the back of the cone where the wires connect in
By making the speaker seem more human and relatable
The wattage and ohms of a speaker are not related; the resistance for speakers is usually 4 or 8 ohms.
All necessary wires are typically included when purchasing a computer speaker system. This usually comprises a cable to connect the computer to the system, and one for each speaker.
You can connect both left and right speaker wires to the one speaker but it will not sound very good but it will work.
You remove four screws with a small L key and then carefully remove the top plastic from the speaker ......then remove the speaker from the lower plastic.....Its a bit tuff but it can be done and then replace speaker.....you also need to remove the receiving part from old speaker and use it to connect you new one. or you can cut off the plug and connect speaker direct and tape it
Connect audio cables to the Audio Out on the DVD player to the Audio In connectors of the speaker system.
no, it is not possible.