How old are Pioneer S-G300-K Home Stereo Speakers?
at least from 2003
Bose speakers designed for home theater / home stereo applications can be powered by any stereo or surround receiver with sufficient power output for the ratings of the speakers. Bose speakers for car stereo applications must be powered by Bose amplifiers, since they have a special super-low impedence design which is not used by other manufacturers. Bose speakers for MP3 players have their own amplifier built into the speakers.
Expensive. Home Amps require 120V AC power source. You will need a power inverter capable of running the amp that is run from the car battery (12V DC). Car Speakers are rated at different Ohms and Watts then home Stereo Speakers so using a home amp will fry your car speakers. Best to get a car amplifier that is made to run off the stereo power your speakers.
Will stereo speakers that handle 275 watts handle a home stereo system pushing 105 watts per channel?
You can go wireless, but you will have to buy wireless speakers. There is no current way of upgrading from wired to wireless and keeping the same speakers. The only way I can imagine is to buy some wireless speakers and then dismantle those and add the pieces to the old wired speakers, the ideal outcome, making them wireless and using the same good quality speakers that came with the stereo.
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
If you are looking for a wireless speaker that can stream music through Wi-Fi, has the ability to play music in different rooms with multi-room sound system, and produces the stereo sound effect - then HEOS wireless speakers are truly the best. Bose also has good range of wireless speakers that can connect with your home network or Wi-Fi for playing the desired music.
I am also looking for a better answer to this question. I have always known that almost all car speakers were 4 ohms, unless talking about subwoofers and/or dual coiled speakers, and that home speakers were 8 ohms. And until recently have thought this to be true. Until I looked on the back of my dads pair of Dynaudio speakers and saw that the impedence was 4 ohms. Now I am completely confused. Initially I…
Can electronic drum set be connected to standard stereo amplifier eg Yamaha RX-V493RDS and speakers eg jamo 128 meant for home use not concerts or do I need to buy anything else?
How do you fix my home tv stereo speakers which have developed a loud humming noise and appear to be disconnect from the system?
Yes, if you keep a couple of things in mind. The first is generally the ohms rating of the speakers. Most home speakers are rated at 8 ohms impedence, while car stereo speakers are rated all over the place, generally 4 to 10 ohms. A 4 ohm speaker will require twice as much power to operate as an 8 ohm speaker and a 10 ohm speaker will require less power to operate as an 8…
All laptops by default have only a 3.5mm stereo jack output for audio and mostly 2 speaker or 2.1 (1 woofer) small speakers are sufficient. What you buy will also depend on if you need, if you need your speakers to be portable and you need to carry those around then you need compact speakers if you are not happy with the built in speakers. For home use you can go for bigger and better…
Your home theater doesn't have to be one brand. The TV can be one, the receiver another, and the speakers the third. The best speakers are made by companies that don't make the other two parts. For TV, go with a major brand, such as Sony, Sharp, Samsung, LG or Panasonic. For receivers, go with Pioneer, Yamaha, Onkyo or Harmon-kardon. For speakers, I've always had good luck with Klipsch.
Are there digital components for stereo systems How do I incorporate my iPod into my home stereo system?
1:st of all, find an amp that includes iPod compatibility. Like the Pioneer VSX 2016AV amplifier. 2:ondly, if your stereo DOES NOT have iPod compability you can use any amplifiers input together with a cord connected to the headphones output. In ANY CASE I cannot answer if the signal is digitally transferrred, probably it is in the Pioneer-solution I mentioned above. There might be a cable connector with digital (via light) that will fit your…
How could I wire coaxial speakers from my old car for use in a home theatre and what kind of ends would I need to buy for the speaker wire to be able to connect them to a home theatre setup?
What size amp do you need for a 750w sub and 4 speakers so it all sounds clear loud and have great bass still Hypothetically saying if the speakers were good speakers along with the sub?
I doubt that a home stereo would be practical with a 750 watt subwoofer. Either you are speaking of 'car stereo watts', or you are speaking of a 750 watt PA speaker (something like a Mackie SRM1801). Anyway, if you really want it that loud inside your house, look for speakers rated at about 400 watts each. Connecting in stereo, you would need an amp capable of 800 watts per channel at 4 ohms, so…
Can you use an EQ device intended for recording like a Behringer for playback with your home stereo components?
Depends on the signalflow. If the signal flow is for example only homestereo amplifier with internal cd-player to speakers and nothing else, then no. But if there is an external source (say a computer or an ipod) that you connect to the home stereo, then you can plug that first into the eq (might need a special adapter cables) and that into the amplifier.
Ohms is a measurement of resistance between the amp and speakers. Most home audio is 8 ohm, if you run 4 or 6 ohm speakers you cut resistance down and get more power out of the amp. Say your stereo is 100X2 @ 8ohm, if you use 4 ohm speakers you should get 50% more power BUT the amp is working twice as hard and can burn up.
Ever wondered why sometimes your stereo speakers start to hum when you plug certain components in? The most likely cause of humming in audio equipment is due to a ground loop in your home or apartment mains power wiring. A ground loop occurs through differences in resistance in the electrical system. When you connect your computer to your stereo, a path is provided for electricity to flow from one wall socket to another as the…
You take the stereo out of the car, get a 12v battery and charger, or a 12v regulated power supply capable of about 5Amps. Plug the red and yellow wires to the positive supply and the black wire to the negative. The speaker wires are in pairs, some stereos have four speakers. There may be extra wires for ancillary use, orange for illumination and blue for electric antenna. These may be ignored and insulated.
How can you get your television speakers to work on your samsung television in conjunction with the samsung ht-z320 home cinema kit?
Connect the two plugs of the audio cable to the (white plug) left and (red plug) right output jacks for the take deck on the home stereo. Insert the plugs on the other end into the corresponding left and right input jacks of the amplifier. Set the component selector on the home stereo to Tape 2 and the amplifier's component selector to the set of jacks connecting it to the home stereo.