If you're talking about getting true surround sound, then generally no. Some flat screens come with speakers that are connected to the tv with speaker wire specifically so you can disconnect it from the TV and plug it into your surround receiver, but other than that....no. The problem is that in surround sound you have 5 (or more) speakers each getting a specific part of the audio to play. Stuff happening on the right rear of the soundstage in the movie comes out of the right rear speaker etc. The television speaker has no such capability so when you turn it on it's going to play all the sound in stereo. It can be done but it won't sound right.
NO not on a stock radio
The HTP 100-SW is a passive subwoofer (no built-in amplifier of its own), so it goes between the amplifier/receiver and the front left & right speakers, using two sets of speaker cable (four cables in all). First connect the front left & right speaker outputs of the amplifier to the inputs on the rear panel of the subwoofer, according to the embossed labels in the middle of the panel (use a flashlight if necessary), which tell you which are inputs/outputs and which are left/right. Then connect the speakers to the subwoofer's outputs, again according to the embossed labels. The subwoofer will filter out and use the bass from the signal, passing the rest of the signal on to the speakers. If this is a simple stereo system with only two speakers, then you are now finished. For the process to work correctly on systems that have more than two speakers, the bass in all of the channels must first be redirected to the front left & right channels. On most receivers/preamplifiers, the front left & right speakers must be set to "Large" while the others must be set to "Small." Some models may have different settings, so consult their manuals.
It depends on the sizes of the clowns and the size of the clown car. Depending on the car size, from 4 to 8 actual occupants were squeezed into the car. However, a backdrop, chute, or other ploy would be used to allow more to enter (relatively unseen) from the rear, giving the illusion that a dozen, two dozen, or more, were originally inside the car.
The Heavens was a roofed loft area above the rear half of stage. In the first Globe, it was thatched; in the second, it was tiled with the moon and stars painted on it. Inside the loft (attic) was machinery for flying effects (to allow Puck and Ariel, and other characters to fly), and devices to make the sounds of rolling or cracking thunder, and mirrors used to indicate lightning.
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Remove the covers from your 1997 Nissan rear speakers. Remove the speaker retaining screws. Remove the wiring harness from the back of the speakers.
For the 1997 Toyota Corolla, the left front speaker wire + is pink. The left front speaker wire - is purple. The right front speaker wire + is light green, and the right front - is blue. The left rear + is black and the left rear - is yellow. The right rear + is red and the right rear - is white.
You have to remove the rear seats to be able to remove the rear side panels. Then you have to disconnect the wires to the speaker, unscrew the speaker, then reinstall the new one.
The 1997 Pontiac Grand Prix rear deck speaker covers are held in place by four retaining screws. Remove the retaining screws to remove the covers.
Remove the rear speaker cover from your 1999 Mercury Cougar speaker. Remove the rear speaker retaining screws. Remove the wiring harness from the back of the speaker. Reverse the process to install the new speaker.
The 1989 Toyota Corolla Weygand rear speakers can be found in the side compartments of the rear of the vehicle. There will be a speaker on each side.
REAR SPEAKER - JR41 Disconnect and isolate the battery negative cable. Fold down the rear seat backs. Remove C-pillar trim. Remove lower quarter trim behind rear seat backs. Remove fasteners from rear shelf trim. Pull out trim to access speaker. Remove speaker screws. Disconnect wire harness connector. Remove speaker (REAR SPEAKER-JR41). REAR SPEAKER - JR27 Disconnect and isolate the battery negative cable. Using a trim stick, pry the speaker grill from the trim panel. Remove speaker mounting screws (REAR SPEAKER - JR27). Remove speaker from trim panel. Disconnect wire harness connector from speaker.
Remove the rear speaker covers in your 1994 Chevy Cavalier. Remove the rear speaker retaining screws. Remove the wiring harness from the back of the rear speakers.
Begin by removing the rear speaker covers in your 2004 Mitsubishi. Remove the rear speaker retaining screws. Remove the wiring harness from the back of your rear speakers.
You cannot remove the speaker covers. Instead you must remove both the rear seet bottom (pull up and out), and the rear seat back (undo bolts located at bottom). Once you have done this, you can lift out the rear deck including the covers, exposing the speakers.