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Who knows about amps etc...

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right i just bought new set of speakers and a woofer for my tv

the end of the wires of the speakers are just two wires...

how would i go about connecting this to an amp?

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or is there another way i can connect it to the tv????

iam totally clueless with this kinda stuff, help would be appreciated

cheers

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nuttin its just two wires....

iam quite baffed tbh

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Take a picture of the end of the wires and upload it.

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Look on the back of ur amp,'you should have a black and a red connector slot, if not u need to connect phono thingummies to them to plug them in

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safe danz

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how much can i pick up a sechand amp for with 8 holes at the back?

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EBay it bruh

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You can connect them to your TV. You just need a crimpling set and tool which can be brought from Halfords or maplins for less than tenner.

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as far as i know speakers like that would go into an amp/hifi of some sort

which you would also connect to the tv

or what J Edgar says might work but ive never seen that setup

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there only at 2 holes at the back of the tv tho

and the speakers are 4.....

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You need an amp, your TV will NOT power them.

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just cloked i can connect them to a dvd player with the phono ting instead of buying an amp

sheaayah

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Do speakers lose power/quality over time?

Not necessarily. If they've been played at loud volumes over a very long period of time then you could potentially split/crack the diaphragm which will in effect cause the crackling sound, other than that they should last a lifetime if you service them properly.

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yo dans dem

i just copped an amp

ive connected all the speakas dem

but how do i connect it with my tv

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the amp has 16 holes

dvd,tuner,dab,cd,aux etc

which one is for tv?

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Anything other than phono shud work tbh

Use aux

U just need to figure out how to connect TV sound output to amp input

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this is so f*ck*ng frustrating

copped the red and white wire connected it and it still isnt working

however my tv has different red and white ports all over but it doesnt state which one is for audio

ffs

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Post some pics, your descriptions suck f*cknuts

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so simple bro, the mini stereo jack just goes into ur tv, probably into the headphone socket.

then put the red and white phono into ANY name pair on the amp.

Then, when ur watchin tv, flick the amp on to whatever input name u used (ie. dvd, aux tapedeck)

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