How can you get the sound from your tv to come through your audio system speakers?
Your TV will need to have some sort of audio output. Some do, many don't.
A dedicated audio output on a TV will usually be an analog stereo mini jack connection, or a newer model may have an optical or coaxial digital audio output. These will need connecting to an audio input on your sound system amplifier.
If your TV has a headphone output, you can sometimes connect this to your amplifier and get a reasonable sound.
It means that you can add speakers to your TV. The sound will be coming OUT of your speakers but for audio in any device that makes sound will also be heard through your TV. Read More
How can i get speakers and audio working when audio system is connected to the computer and power is coming through yet no sound and in control panel audio devices shows not connected?
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How do you play through the audio jack and default PC speakers at the same time I have a Windows 7 HP?
You can't play sound through BOTH at the same time. The audio jack is basically a switch. When nothing's plugged into it, the sound is directed to the speakers. If you plug headphones or another set of speakers into it, the audio sgnal is diverted to whatever youi've plugged into the socket. Read More
1) audio source 2) amplification 3) speakers ... enjoy Read More
The card needs to be configured, or re-configured to play through more then 2 speakers. This can be changed in "Audio/Speakers/Sound" in the control panel. Read More
Yes, use the audio OUT on the TV to connect to the audio IN connectors on the sound system. Then look at the menu for audio adjustments or settings and select VARIABLE. This means turning the tv sound up and down will also make the new speakers follow the volume control on the remote. In the same menu turn the internal speakers OFF. We don't want to mix the tv's internal speakers with the new… Read More
Not much info in you question but Good Speakers connected to a 100 watt amplifier will improve the average sound system, speakers are the weakest link in the sound system so you should put most of your money there. Read More
If there are no speaker connections on the back of the TV, then you need to buy a sound system. The 5.1 is popular and many programs are recorded with a Surround 5.1 audio track. This system will have its own amplifier and sometimes speakers. Something with about 100 watts per channel would be good. Then connect AUDIO OUT from the TV to AUDIO IN on the sound system. Go into the audio menu and… Read More
Assuming you are connected to the audio output connectors on the TV, you might have to turn up the volume of the TV to get any audio to appear at the output connectors. If it is a high end set, go into the audio menu and switch the audio output to FIXED. This will give you full level audio at the connectors and then turn down the sound from the TV speakers. Don't use the… Read More
How do you hook up a HD tv and Blu-ray system and digital cable box to have the surround sound system work all the time?
Connect the AUDIO INPUT of the Sound system to the AUDIO OUTPUT of the TV set. Connect the Cable Box to the #1 VIDEO input on the TV. Connect the BLUE RAY to the #2 VIDEO input of the TV set. The TV might have a AUDIO OUTPUT function in the AUDIO MENU. switch this to FIXED. This will send a even audio signal to your sound system at all times. Turn the TV sound… Read More
A stereophonic sound system records on two or more channels. Separate microphones are used in recording and separate speakers in reproduction. This approximates the audio effect of the original performance. Read More
3D sound is a type of surround sound That is produced by two speakers. Read More
You can connect external speakers on a computer on either the headphone socket or sound output sockets on the sound card. You just need the compatible connectors on the audio wires of the music system speakers to connect to these sockets. - Neeraj Sharma Read More
EasySing Portable Amplifier Speakers with Microphones. It is a portable sound system that you can use as a audio system for Karaoke, Singalong ( Sing a long ) purposes. You can use it as a PA System or a Voice Amplifier. Read More
How do I get the sound output from home theater while watching normal TV Is it possible to get the sound output from both at the same time. Ii tried using a 3.5 mm jack but it didn't help?
I can't help you with the connections with just the info provided but I can tell you that you should not have the TV's speakers on at the same time while listening to the sound system speakers. I would mute the TV's speakers (go to the audio menu and turn the internal speakers off) and always use the sound system speakers. Read More
It is an audio device (such as an external sound card, headphones, or speakers) that is connected to a USB port. Read More
The purpose is to either listen to audio on a computer without built in speakers or to boost sound Read More
there should be an audio out on your sony tv. use that to connect standard RCA jacks into your sound system go into settings on your TV and disable the internal speakers. if this doesn't work try only connecting your video input in your TV while using the audio RCA to split to your sound system. is your main feed COAX or RCA? Read More
"audio" means "sound", it is the sound components of the multimedia system. Read More
Search for amplified speakers. Usually they have a built-in input, an audio amplifier, and speakers. You plug the audio of your mobile device into the input of the amplified speakers and power from a wall outlet or batteries will amplify your sound. Read More
Spacial audio means the use of two speakers to create the impression that the sounds are coming from sound sources placed anywhere in a space, not just from the location of the speakers. Read More
You have to plug the audio device's connector into the optical connection on the back of the system. The connection is next to the HDMI jack. The audio device must also be digital, not analog. Read More
"The blue jack is for plugging in an audio device so you can hear the sound through your laptop's or monitor's speakers." Read More
Your speakers are broken. Read More
Just feed the audio output on the back to the TV set to an audio input of the home theater. Don't forget to turn the speakers in the TV off (down) when using the home theater sound system. Read More
Sound card also known as audio card is the main hardware for computer's input and output of sound. The sound card as stated can receive and transmit the sound but have to have audio speakers attached to the card. As for the input you can connect a microphone and another source of sound (tv, music system, etc). Read More
Buy a sound card or plug your speakers or headphones into the audio jack on your computer's motherboard usually located on the back or front of the computer. Then you run an audio file or play audio on the computer itself. Read More
Run the audio through a receiver and speakers. Most receivers will let you hook up headphones and the speakers can either be on or off. Read More
The 2003 Subaru Impreza WRX sound system comes with six speakers and an optional factory subwoofer. The manufacturer for the sound system is Panasonic. Read More
You need to have System Mixer function selected as the default playback device. (Control Panel >> Sound). Once you have it selected, it'll record "what you hear" on the audio speakers. Read More
I understand your reasoning, but you are on the wrong track to say the least. You do not want to plug audio from HT system into a TV. You want to plug all audio sources into the HT system and turn the speakers on the TV off. Your HT speakers will replace your TV speakers - its the whole point of having HT. All that being said if your TV/ HT system has HDMI then… Read More
Absolutely! It has an audio port, just like any windows machine. If there's nothing plugged into it, then the mac will use the built in crummy speakers (actually they're sort of OK but they're crap as compared to the Bose stuff!) if you plug in your speakers, doesn't matter what kind, it will push out sound through the good speakers. Read More
NO!..Don't do that. Speakers connect to audio out socket, headphones. VGA is Versatile Graphics Adapter. For video, not sound. Read More
Jrs computer repairs stopping by to help you out, make sure your drivers are install properly and plug in the speakers in the sound card, its usually a green port, simple and easy. go to the manufacturer website. First you must have audio speakers along with PC. Install sound driver in your PC according to motherboard. Then connect your speakers to PC. Read More
Audio card is the physical hardware that you plug your speakers in to. Audio driver is software, that commands the hardware. You need both to hear sound. Read More
plug the speakers in and if necessary download a driver or if there are built in speakers go to sound settings --------------------- Connect a pair of speakers of headphones to the audio jack at the back (usually) of your computer. If there is no jack, you will need to install a 'sound card' available at most major computer retailers. Read More
I can't hear any soung in windows 8. Audio drivers are installed and speakers are connected but i can't hear any sound from speakers?
you need to go into sound playback then you need to find speakers and set as defoult device Read More
Yes. The quality of sound will be slight. Read More
SOUND-BAR Speakers come in two types, one is intended to add the (missing) CENTER speaker for a 3.1 or a 5.1 sound system. The second is a style that has multiple speakers in one enclosure and has the decoding electronics for a 5.1 sound system all in one self contained unit and makes the listener think some of the sound is coming from a place, from the sides and/or back, where there are no actual… Read More
Use the volume keys on the keyboard. If that does not help check in System Preferences / Sound /Output that the internal speakers are selected and that the Mute button is not ticked. Ensure nothing is plugged into the Audio output socket on the back. Read More
How do you use speakers on ps3 slim without a tv as a go between reason i'm using a projector and it has no built in speakers?
You need more than just speakers. A Stereo System's Aux input might work to jury rig something that you can plug the Audio output from the PS3 and play the sound through your stereo. You could also try a Home theater system. A Sony PS3 stereo headphones set will allow you to hear the sound and also has a mic Read More
You can try to change change the audio level on your speakers (if you have external speakers); globally for your computer; or whatever specific program you use to play the videos.You may need to get external speakers; for example, the sound level in my laptop is somewhat low. Read More
The 2000 GMC Sonoma has four speakers with the standard sound system. An upgraded sound system came with six speakers. Read More
A 7.1 sound system has three front speakers, two side speakers and two rear speakers plus one more known as the subwoofer which is the .1 in the 7.1 system. Read More
First your PC must have a sound card and speakers. Then check the volume control on your PC. Not all vids on Facebook have audio. Read More
Connect the digital audio output of the TV to a surround sound receiver and speakers. Read More
Can you hear the sound from your in car DVD system through the radio speakers as well as the infrared headphones?
no because it run to av1 and av2 Read More
A Bose sound system could consist of anywhere from 1 speaker (the iPod dock) to as many a 5 speakers plus a subwooofer. Read More
infinty sound system! If you want to improve sound go see a speacialist and get a new system. If you want to fix your Jeep speakers, google - Jeep Speakers - and go shopping. Read More
The 6 ohm speakers will sound fine with the 8 ohm amplifier. Read More