Is there a way I could hook up the vintage Marantz 115b tuner to the powered speakers because those speakers do have an amp built into the speaker cabinet. As such, its very low quality the lowest, in fact. I already gave his son your site info. When I play from my laptop, both speakers play but the same happens, stuffy sound. It sounds like one or a few things might be a problem: The Technics stereo receiver The radio The speaker wire The audio cables I always try swapping out as many parts of the system as possible to see what may be wrong.
How will you run the cables in between everything? I have a few questions What speaker wires do you recommend? Draw all of your equipment speakers, receiver, and sources and then draw the connections between them. Hi Nick, Here is my question to to you I want to connect some mini deck speakers to a stereo receiver to play records. Hey Nick, I just got my old 80s Scott receiver down from the attic for te garage. Thanks for sharing your knowledge with all of us! You will have to ship it to them and then they give you an estimate for repair if it can be repaired. You will either find a red and white analog audio output, an optical audio output, or both.
At this point, you should have everything connected and ready to go. Hello, I find this page to be extremely helpful and I hope you will find it in your heart to address my problem individually. The Yamaha R-S300 receiver works best with traditional wired speakers. To answer your question, yes it is possible to connect speakers wirelessly. I have speakers hooked up to the amp.
Handy for when the receiver is behind a door or a wall. I have beautiful marble speakers, a tub amp, a cd player, and a Denon stereo amplifier mulit zone unit. The closest radio stations are 75-90 miles away. Also, with the 2 wire speaker wire, does it matter which one goes in which hole black or red? Alternatively, you can probably find an older stereo pre-amp and that will work just fine. You will need an analog audio cable to do this. I knew the red wires went in the red holes, black wires in the black holes, and that was about it! This sounds great for most listening purposes. I am thinking that the Denon was part of my in wall unit and I wont need it for this set up.
Harman Kardon receivers use bind posts for connecting speakers, as seen in the picture. He currently resides in Lansing, Michigan where he works on independent film projects and writes for numerous publications. The high-definition multimedia interface, if your player offers it, gives you a single-cable connection for the best quality digital video and audio signals, and lets you take advantage of the player's upscaling capabilities. I recommend sticking with regular wired speakers for your stereo system and if you want a second system for wireless speakers, go for the Sonos. The phono input will only work with a turntable because it has extra amplification meant for a turntable only.
As it is, your Sansui stereo will connect all your inputs and amplify the sound for your speakers. Without an amplifier, you could risk damaging the speakers or iPod. I just got the whole system out of storage where it has been since 2009 when I went overseas for work. Please refer to qualified service personnel for repairs. Use AirPlay — some stereos support AirPlay and if yours does, you can connect your iPhone wirelessly to your stereo. Terminate the transfer-wait mode from the receiver when maximum memory capacity is reached, the receiver will automatically terminate the transfer-wait mode. Would it be possible to connect an i-pod or phone to the aux jack of the mini amp, connect it to my jvc tape deck and then record onto a tape.
It cant work for the radio because i have a reciever. We also have a Marantz turntable and Marantz cassette deck. The first page contains a short introduction and will probably start by identifying components, inputs, outputs, and etc. Please, can you explain how to set this up? I would prefer some other solution. I am having trouble hooking up my stereo system, I have 4 pieces of equipment. You would need a surround sound amplifier instead of a stereo amplifier to benefit from the surround processor.
For the best value, I would recommend getting a 16-guage or the bigger 14-guage speaker wire depending on the size of your speakers. It worked fine until I moved it. I even had my amplifer checked by a local stereo store and they found no problems. I have no idea how to wire these, any help would be appreciated, and what else would I need to set them up? Could play my record player and my mp3. Have you tried using different inputs on the stereo? It sounds like there might be a problem somewhere in your stereo system. Thanks for any expertise yon can offer. I truly appreciate your time and any suggestions you have.
I tried hokking both left and right to left and right. I was told that I should buy an older receiver with phono on it and have found some older kenwood and pioneer receivers at a local pawnshop that are reasonable. To get it fixed, it might be as simple as re-soldering a connection between the inputs and the amp or it could be something more complicated and expensive. The receiver automatically detects the incoming signal format. My question is that I want to listen to the turntable in different rooms then it is in and would prefer to buy a wireless speaker system.