no it doesnt matter for large house speakers but if you have little speakers hooked up to something small then it will matter.
make sure the speakers werent stolen first off then try new wires from the stereo to a speaker that you are sure works. if that speaker doesnt work take your stereo back
The apple Ipod touch doesnt have any built in speakers. you have to listen to the music in your earphones. but if you do want to hear music out loud you buy a special speaker for it its really cheap SIMPLE!!!!!!!!
One of the connections is loose or one wire is touching two terminals at the same time. You have a short of some kind in the connection to the speakers. Reconnect all the speakers. If that doesnt work try new speaker cables.
it doesnt have speakers
your speaker always don't turn on to Harley Davidson because some people don't know how to and other people just don't know who that is. By:Cierra Currier
The Speaker wire to use as the negative really doesnt matter when installing new wire as long as all speakers are hooked up the same way. Normally though most people use the solid colored wire as the negative.
because you're an idiot.
It doesnt really matter how far your speakers are from the tower.
not an answer but this is the info : my speakers are plugged in and turned ON. the green light is even on. somehow it doesnt make a sound on any thing with sound . the speakers are in perfect shape and condition. i see this thing called "realtek HD audio manager" that is where i need to fix something (i think). if it is what do i do there ? if not then where and how do i fix it ?
The idog is a speaker and doesnt charge, but take betteries.
No, the zune hd doesnt have a buit in speaker.
Turn the power off, disconnect the speaker wire from both front speakers, connect the right speaker wire to the left speaker, at this time the original left speaker wire should be laying in the floor not connected to anything, be sure not let the paired speaker wires TOUCH each other. Turn the power back on and turn up the volume to normal level. If you hear sound from the Left speaker, one would tend to think the Right speaker might be bad. If you Don't hear any sound, the amplifier or speaker wire might be bad or a poor connection. IF there is a Balance control, be sure it is in the middle and not turned all the way to the left, which would cause the front right speaker not to have any sound.
Depends on the problem, doesnt it?
It's broken, take it to a repair shop
NO! the itouch doesnt have the ear or speaker part in it. all different mechanisms
nothing is wrong about speakers beside they all are terrible do not buy speakers that are black the sound doesnt work...buy beats speakers in white its the only way to have good sound.....small disadvantage would be that you need speakers that match your amp. So you can have very expensive amp with very expensive speakers sounding worst then cheaper combination
Need to know what the problem is.
Because it doesnt like you
Well if your computer doesnt have a built in speaker system, you can only use headphones or buds to hear it, unless you buy a speaker system that you can plug in.
relay switch on dash is not ingaging tran case
Items required----9 volt battery, or really anything bigger than a AAA battery, speaker wire(couple of feet at the most) First, unplug the speaker terminal from the back of the speaker. Cut the ends of your speaker wire so that you have exposed wire(2 1 ft pieces of wire) on both ends. Wrap bare wire around speaker terminals, both positive and negative sides(doesn't matter which is which), making sure the wires will not fall off. Now take your battery, and touch one wire to the positive side of the battery and one to the negative side(again, it doesnt matter which wire goes where). If you hold the negative side and brush the positive side, or vice versa, you should get some crackling noise out of your speaker. If you don't, the voice coil in your speaker is fried and you need a new one. Hope this helps!!! oh yeah, connect the wire to the terminals on the speaker, not the wiring harness. Pretty simple to figure out, but wanted to clarify. ==Because...== BOTH speakers are dead, I would suggest also checking the fader control on the radio, just to make sure you aren't faded all the way to the front. It that is the case, you could test and replace speakers 'till the cows come home but still wouldn't hear a thing.
Most likely a vacuum leak turn on the vehicle and listen in the engine compartment and listen for the sound of air escaping from a hose. Replace the hose and your problem should be fixed (i had this happen to my 1993 s10 blazer)
it has 5 but the .1 channel doesnt count as a speaker because it is a subwoofer