Speakers work by turning eletrical energy into sound. Speakers are an electromagnet that connects to a paper cone which moves the cone which moves the air. This is how speakers work.
the same way big speakers work
Any set of good speakers will work great with an Ipod.It's only a source.If your speakers work well with your stereo they'll be great with an Ipod.
Yes, there are wireless speakers that will work outside. Try Audio Unlimited Wireless Speakers .
after replacing the drivers side the speakers still worked but after replacing the passenger side none of my speakers work
If Bose brand speakers do not work outside perhaps they are too far away from the source. Bose outside speakers also require Wi-Fi or Bluetooth for them to work properly.
because the speakers aren't working
put new speakers in
because they are cheep speakers......you should not go there.
Well it depends on what the speakers are for? Is it for a laptop or a Desktop?
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Yes there aer wireless computer speakers that work just as well as normal speakers. Try the Acoustic Research AW877 900 Mhz Indoor Wireless Speakers.
For the most part. As long as you purchase a good quality brand they will work well.
All speakers will work with a typical four channel amp, though you may want to check the wattage before you pair it with some speakers.
Yes the Bose 301 Speakers will work with almost all speakers out there, and they are also compatible with televisions, and can be used as a surround sound home entertainment system too.
Yes, you can make 8 ohm speakers work on an amp requiring 16 ohm speakers, but you will need to use two 8 ohm speakers in series, so as to maintain the correct 16 ohm load.
no it will not work
ones that work
plug them in
im afraid this is not a question, not even slightly.
Yes, amplifiers do not have to match perfectly to the speakers.
Only 2.1 speakers work with laptops.
I have tried this before and it has not worked for me. I think your PC speakers only work on your PC. Also I just got a new TV and I tried the PC speakers and they didn't work. Hope this helps :)
There is not a significant difference in sound quality between wireless and wired speakers. The primary difference is user preference and the amount of work that it requires. Wired speakers are more work to install.
That depends on specifically which speakers you had in mind, but I use Logitech Surround Sound speakers with my PS3 and they work fine.
They'll work, but could blow.