How do i connect my tv which is a Digital Audio Out connection to my computer speakers which have a 3.5mm Headphone Jack connection so that my TVs sound will play out of the speakers?
Unless your computer speakers have a digital audio input, you won't be able to just use a cable. If your TV has two RCA line outputs (audio outputs), you can get an adapter cable to run to your computer speakers.
You could upgrade your speakers to models that have a digital input, but most of those are higher-end surround-type systems.
You could upgrade your speakers to models that have a digital input, but most of those are higher-end surround-type systems.
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If your Dell laptop has a headphones jack but no line-out jack can you still connect a 5.1 surround sound speaker system to it?
It could work . You can connect the 5.1 speaker system to the dell laptop as long as the cable is not an optical or digital cable. Some cables double analog or digital. These you can use. You should be able to plug them in if the connector fits. You may not have sound out of all of your speak…ers but you can still try. If the plug will fit then nothing can be hurt. If it does not work you might try getting an external usb sound card(e.g. soundblaster mp3) I hope that answers your question. ( Full Answer )
Answer . Find the audio-out port on the back of your PC or side of your laptop (usually a green marker with a picture of headphones or sound waves), and plug in headphones or speakers. If you only have the white and red stereo cables, head over to a wal-mart and buy a "Y-Splitter" so that it wil…l fit into the computer and plug your stereo cables into the splitter. ( Full Answer )
I have the same model s you. To do so, there is a cable included in the box.(called a Y-Adapter) It will have a 3.5mm (likek a headphone jack) jack on one end, and 2 red and white jacks on the other. You then must connect the green 3.5mm jack to one end of the green wire (that would normally connect… a computer to your sound system), and the other end of the green wire into your sound system. Next, you will need a common red and white audio cable. (RCA) If you dont know what this is, ask someone a Futureshop or Target. Connect one end of this cable to your Y-Adapter, and the other end to your TV where it says "Audio Out". Finally, on your volume controll, turn the power on and press Matrix so that the little LED is lit. You're Done! by abram. :) ( Full Answer )
You would need either a S-Video, or HDMI out on the computer or a RGB or DVI in on the TV. If you have neither of these you can purchase a graphics card with HDMI out relatively cheap. Once installed you simply connect the cable. Anything less that HDMI/DVI will be hard to read as the resolution wil…l be very low. ( Full Answer )
No, however you can connect a computer to the tv. Many new computers have either a DVI or an HDMI display port. These are the digital replacements to the 15 pin VGA connector that has been around for many years. Almost all new televisions have an HDMI input. If the computer has an HDMI output, …then a simple HDMI cable should carry both video and audio to the television. If the computer has a DVI output, a DVI to HDMI cable can be used because the video element of HDMI is identical to the DVI signal. Unfortunately, DVI does not support audio so a separate cable will be needed for the audio signal. Because of the lack of audio support on DVI, most televisions have at least one HDMI input that has a separate analog audio input that is linked to the HDMI port. For computers without a DVI or HDMI port, USB based display ports can be purchased at a relatively low cost and will provide a digital video output. Finally, there are a number of televisions that have VGA inputs and can accept VGA directly. Others have a set of five RCA or phono sockets normally marked as R, G, B, H, V. The five connectors will normally handle a VGA signal with the right adaptor cable. Some computers are fitted with either a composite or S-video connector. Although these can connect into most televisions, the quality is very poor compared to any other connections above. Try to avoid either of these connections if possible. ( Full Answer )
Speakers are analog devices. \n. \nThere is no cable and connector that will connect a digital audio jack to a speaker without a digital to analog conversion and an amplifier. \n. \nIf the audio output is digital, you will need a compatible amplifier that has the same digital input. Then you will …need to link the amplifier to the speaker with exterior grade cable. ( Full Answer )
To connect a digital box to a television with Foxtel IQ connected,the digital box is first connected to the Foxtel IQ box. Then thesignal is routed from the Foxtel IQ to the television. The digitalbox should be the one receiving the signal from an antenna not theFoxtel IQ box.
Many new computers have either a DVI or an HDMI display port. These are the digital replacements to the 15 pin VGA connector that has been around for many years. Almost all new televisions have an HDMI input. If the computer has an HDMI output, then a simple HDMI cable should carry both video and …audio to the television. If the computer has a DVI output, a DVI to HDMI cable can be used because the video element of HDMI is identical to the DVI signal. Unfortunately, DVI does not support audio so a separate cable will be needed for the audio signal. Because of the lack of audio support on DVI, most televisions have at least one HDMI input that has a separate analog audio input that is linked to the HDMI port. Finally, there are a number of televisions that have VGA inputs and can accept VGA directly. Others have a set of five RCA or phono sockets normally marked as R, G, B, H, V. The five connectors will normally handle a VGA signal with the right adaptor cable. ( Full Answer )
How do you get audio onto a tv from a computer when the video is connected via HDMI - is it possible to get the audio using a jack to rca adapter?
That is exactly right. There is a jack that looks like head phones on one side and the other side splits into left and right audio plugs. On the back of your tv there should be audio plugs that are associated to the hdmi plug. Plug in your audio here. Alternately you can plug your audio dirrectly in…to your stereo. Or go from your stereo, into your tv or vice versa. ( Full Answer )
Can you connect standard speaker wire to headphone jack for example to play a portable MP3 Players' music via standard in house speakers?
Yes, you can, though the volume may not be sufficent. If you still wish to do it, follow this guide: 1. Using either a spare audio cable or a cable bought from radio shack, use wire strippers to first cut the wire about halfway through if you have a longer cable, but if you have a short one, cu…t of as close to one end as you can. 2. Next, strip of about 1-2 inches of the plastic insulation. If there is a small "rip-cord"- a small piece of stranded wire or cotton used to protect the cord from being ripped in half- cut it, we won't be using it. 3. You should now have 2 wires, also, if there is a material like tin foil inside, you can cut it with scissors, its just a bit more insulation. If you have 3 wires, or if the wires are very thin, you should get a higher quality audio cable that has reasonably thick wires inside. 4. Next, If you are going to make this a permanent installation- you won't be using the speakers for anything else-, slip some heat-shrink tubing over the cord you cut and stripped. If you are going to be using the speakers for other uses, still put the heat shrink over the wires, but go to step 5 B. Otherwise, continue to step 5 A. 5. A. Using a nine volt battery, check the polarity of the speaker wires, or follow the wires to and from your speakers and mark each wire with a red and a black wire to denote negative and positive. Solder the respective wires to each other, go to step 6. B. You will need to be able to solder for this. Using quick disconnects, solder a 1 female connector to each wire from the speaker. Solder male connectors to the audio cable you stripped and solder male connectors to whatever wires you connected the speaker with before. 6. If you do not have a heat gun, you can improvise and use a butane lighter to carefully activate the heat shrink. Make sure it covers all exposed contacts you soldered on. 7. If you have a multimeter, great, else, improvise with a 9 volt battery. Use the continuity test on the multimeter to make sure you didn't do any cold solder joints. 8. Whenever you want to use the MP3 player or whatever with the speakers, connect the cord you made. Every other time, use the connectors you soldered on. ( Full Answer )
How does one add a headphone analog audio out jack to a stereo TV which has only 2 tiny weak speakers and only a coaxial digital audio out orange RCA type jack?
You would have to purchase a Digital to Analog converter and connect the SPDIF (orange RCA connector) to the D/A converter's digital input via a RCA/SPDIF cable. Then you would have to connect some type of headphone amplifier to the line outputs of the D/A converter.
The tv needs to have audio output jacks that are colored red and white, sometimes black and white or even red and black but the thing to remember is red is always RIGHT channel. Connect an audio cable to these connectors and the other end to the red and white audio input jacks on the Denon amplifier…. ( Full Answer )
Some of the better TVs have external speaker connectors on the back, most do not. If the TV has audio output connectors you can connect a stereo audio amplifier and speakers to these. If this works, go into the audio menu and turn off the TVs internal speakers.
a converter box- a special electronic device- is required to accomodate the new frequencies. On is reminded of the so-called Electronic switches- actually a misnomer as these were fairly complex devices- used to turn a conventional oscilloscope into a twin-channel split-screen model. These were made… and sold as kits by heathkit. ( Full Answer )
By using a Stereo Splitter and a Y audio cable Splitter 1-Mini Plug / 2-RCA Plugs.
Yes By getting a USB cord which is a USB on each end of the cord. You will get better performance if BOTH have HDMI connectivity, in which case you probably use use a male to male HDMI cable of the appropriate length.
You can look at the in and out connectors on the TV and the amplifier. You have choices that depend on the tv and amplifier, basic stereo, surround sound and tos-link. As you know in and out are connected and out and in are connected. Do not connect in and in to each other and do not connect out and… out to each other. ( Full Answer )
Technically, yes. However, a headphone jack does not provide a great deal of power, so you would probably need an amplifier for the sound output to actually be audible.
Some high-end HD TV's come with VGA connections. For these TV's, simply purchase a VGA cable. For those TV's without VGA, you can either buy an HD compatible video card to put into your computer, or a low-end video card with S-Video outputs. The S-Video option will give lower quality, but the cost i…s cheaper than the HD card. Depending on your computer, you may have an HDMI connector. Most HD TV's have one HDMI connector or more, in which case you can buy a male to male HDMI cable of the appropriate length, and connect the TV to the computer. Don't forget to program the input of the TV to use the HDMI port. ( Full Answer )
You will need RCA audio cables in order to connect your TV to yourhi fi speakers. Connect the cables to the cables to the audio outon your television. Connect the other end to the axillary inputport on your receiver.
If your computer monitor has an HDMI output and your you have an HDTV, you should be able to connect with an HDMI cable - will cost you about 15 bucks from amazon.com
Connect the AUDIO OUT from the back of the TV to the AUDIO IN of the BOSE unit.
How do you connect an RF out from a TV to a 3.5mm AV in jack on a portable projector to get picture and sound as I can't find such an adaptor anywhere?
There is no such adapter. A RF OUT does not give you VIDEO, connect your Video Cable to the VIDEO OUT connector on the TV set.
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. ( Full Answer )
if you have a desktop, stop reading. if you have a laptop continue.if you dnt have a new plasma screen,stop reading.if u do get a USB cable which u usually get from a Mp3 player. connect them and go to mode and click connect TADDEO!!!!!!!!!!
You could splice the wires but power reduction may be significant enough to where you would not hear them.
To be perfectly technical, none. :D Okay, this may sound wery 'what the hell?'ish. In practice, the TV puts out the amplified signal into its speakers, and if it has an audio-out jack/2xRCA, that output is signal-level, which is to say, NOT amplified. So, long story short - you need an amplifi…er to go with the speakers. Otherwise the signal would be so small that you wouldn't hear anything! But this simplifies things considerably: sets of amplifier+speakers are available in almost every major electronics/RTV store, and they're pretty much guaranteed to work with signal-level input (that's what design standards are for). So go ahead and buy a set of speakers with a matching amplifier, and it should work like a charm. ( Full Answer )
I connected my thinkpad laptop to my TV using an HDMI cable but I can't get the sound to come through my surround sound speakers - If I can't do that at least tell me how to use my TV speakers?
make sure your are connecting the 3.5 mm M2M or M2A cable in the input.If that doesn't work then 1 of 2 things. 1.)you might need to buy new cables or 2.) the audio terminal is out in your home theater and you need to send it back if still in warranty or replace it. AND the answer to the second part…..you cannot do that. ( Full Answer )
Connect them to the "headphone" or "line out" jacks on your radio. If your radio has no headphone or "line out" jacks, you've got a problem. Best to have someone handle the job who knows what he's doing.
Sound form televisions has improved significantly in recent years but most would agree that it still isn't as good as it might be. Manufacturers need to balance the size of the television against the desire to install large speaker enclosures within them. For the size of speakers, televisions produc…e a very respectable sound. Using external speakers can lead to a big improvement in quality, especially at the lower frequencies. Few televisions have speaker level outputs so the simplest way is to route the audio from the headphone jack into a stereo amplifier and from there into a pair of speakers. The cables from the television can be connected into any line input that is available. Don't use a turntable input, often marked as "phono" as this will be the wrong input level and equalization. With a good amplifier and speakers there can be a dramatic change in the sound. This doesn't provide surround sound but with the left and right speakers carefully placed each side of the television, it is quite possible to obtain a rich and full sound with a very effective sound stage. If you are looking for surround sound, this is not the way to go. A surround sound decoder and amplifier will be needed. Before rushing out to buy a full surround system, it is well worth listening to the stereo image through your current standard hi-fi system. It may well provide all the richness of sound that you are seeking without any additional equipment. ( Full Answer )
You can connect Bose Companion 2 speakers to almost any television. For what I tried now, if your television has at least Jack output(1) or Optical output(2), you are good! (1) If you want to use the Jack output, you need to buy a "RCA males to Jack male" cable. You plug the RCA males at the back o…f your speakers and the Jack male in the Jack output or your television (often a headphone input). (2) If you to use the Optical output of your television, you need to buy a "Digital to Analog converter" (around $70 with Gefen brand). It will convert the Digital output (Optical) into a analog signal for your speakers. These converters rarely provide RCA cables(male/male) and Optical Cable(male/male). So you will have to buy them too. It might seem an expensive solution, but it can save you if you already have good speakers and your tv doesn't provide Jack ouput. ( Full Answer )
Find your sound card (The card with 3 or more different headphone jacks), and install the cord from the speakers into the 3.5mm Green Jack, or the one labeled Speakers.
If your TV has RCA audio outputs, you can connect an amplifier to these outputs to plug in speakers. If it has a headphone jack, you can connect computer-type amplified speakers to this output.
Pushing a button on a remote control sets in motion a series of events that causes the controlled device to carry out a command. The process works something like this: . You push the "volume up" button on your remote control, causing it to touch the contact beneath it and complete the "volume u…p" circuit on the circuit board. The integrated circuit detects this. . The integrated circuit sends the binary "volume up" command to the LED at the front of the remote. . The LED sends out a series of light pulses that corresponds to the binary "volume up" command. One example of remote-control codes is the Sony Control-S protocol, which is used for Sony TVs and includes the following 7-bit binary commands: . Button . Code . 1. 000 0000 . 2. 000 0001 . 3. 000 0010 . 4. 000 0011 . Channel up. 001 0000 . Channel down. 001 0001 . Power on. 001 0101 . Power off. 010 1111 . Volume up . 001 0010 . Volume down. 001 0011 . The remote signal includes more than the command for "volume up," though. It carries several chunks of information to the receiving device, including: . a "start" command . the command code for "volume up" . the device address (so the TV knows the data is intended for it) . a "stop" command (triggered when you release the "volume up" button) So when you press the "volume up" button on a Sony TV remote, it sends out a series of pulses that looks something like this: . Sony TV remotes use a space-coding method in which the length of the spaces between pulses of light represent a one or a zero. . When the infrared receiver on the TV picks up the signal from the remote and verifies from the address code that it's supposed to carry out this command, it converts the light pulses back into the electrical signal for 001 0010. It then passes this signal to the microprocessor, which goes about increasing the volume. The "stop" command tells the microprocessor it can stop increasing the volume. Infrared remote controls work well enough to have stuck around for 25 years, but they do have some limitations related to the nature of infrared light. First, infrared remotes have a range of only about 30 feet (10 meters), and they require line-of-sight . This means the infrared signal won't transmit through walls or around corners -- you need a straight line to the device you're trying to control. Also, infrared light is so ubiquitous that interference can be a problem with IR remotes. Just a few everyday infrared-light sources include sunlight, fluorescent bulbs and the human body. To avoid interference caused by other sources of infrared light, the infrared receiver on a TV only responds to a particular wavelength of infrared light, usually 980 nanometers. There are filters on the receiver that block out light at other wavelengths. Still, sunlight can confuse the receiver because it contains infrared light at the 980-nm wavelength. To address this issue, the light from an IR remote control is typically modulated to a frequency not present in sunlight, and the receiver only responds to 980-nm light modulated to that frequency. The system doesn't work perfectly, but it does cut down a great deal on interference. While infrared remotes are the dominant technology in home-theater applications, there are other niche-specific remotes that work on radio waves instead of light waves. If you have a garage-door opener, for instance, you have an RF remote. Hope this helped! If this answer helped you, please recommend me! =) ( Full Answer )
Connect the green 1/8" stereo cable out of the T6160 to the audio output of the TV. If your TV has a headphone or 1/8" line output, you can use that jack. Otherwise, you will need a RCA adapter. Since you TV won't have a surround output jacks, you will only be able to use the front speakers and subw…oofer. ( Full Answer )
you can connect the PSP to a TV with optional A/V cables so the the TV becomes the viewing screen and sound. The PS3 Dualshock 3 controller can be used with the proper set up
Just attach the cord at the GREEN socket and follow the on-screen instructions to successfully install it.
If this is a raw speaker without the radio electronics, it is not possible unless your TV has a speaker output (usually a push-in red and black bare wire connector).
In the 3.5mm jack plug socket on the back of your computer. The convention is to mark it with a green ring around the socket and sometimes has a symbol printed near it, showing a set of headphones or a loudspeaker. There are normally 3 identical sockets. Pink = microphone, Blue = Audio in, Green =… Audio out. ( Full Answer )
If your home theater receiver has an optical audio input, plug it from the output of the TV to the input of the receiver.
If the TV has an audio output, connect this to a stereo amplifier, and then connect speakers to this. Modern TV's don't have amplifiers for external speakers.
Connect the line output of the computer to the input of the home theater receiver. If the 'home theater' is an all-in-one type with DVD player, it may not have an option for external inputs.
If your tv has RCA out, use that. If not, you could use an external digital cable tuner and connect that to your soundbar .
Can you connect a receiver speaker jack using banana connectors to wireless headphones using audio cable with rca jacks?
No. The wireless transmitter is expecting a line level input. The banana plugs are power amplifier level, and you will damage your transmitter. If you add the model of your receiver/amplifier into the discussion tab above, we can tell you where to connect it.
there will be a usb or wire with a green end on it, either plug in your usb or into the green port somewhere on your computer.
Some units come with a small microphone to hang in front of the TV speaker for use if the TV does not have audio output connectors.
In general, you cannot connect a pair of speakers to a computer, because the computer's sound board does not normally include a power amplifier fit to drive a speaker. It might be possible to drive very small speakers with a high impedance directly from a sound board's headphone output, though. N…ote that most "PC Speakers" can be directly connected to a computer's audio output because the speaker itself contains a power amplifier. Strictly speaking, such a speaker is a combination of a loudspeaker and an amplifier (sometimes also called an active speaker). ( Full Answer )
The TV will need to have AUDIO OUTPUT jacks to connect to the speakers or a amplifier to power the speakers and subwoofer.
There are many way to do this. One is with HDMI cable from computer to TV, this give you sound and video. Also you have VGA option which gives video but no sound. Third is with a TV that you connect devices to through wifi, or a device like Xbox where you connect to the Xbox via Microsoft media play…er. ( Full Answer )
The computer screen can be connected to the TV via an HDMI cableprovided the computer and the TV are fitted for it. The TV justreproduces what's on the computer screen.