How to Split a Stereo Speaker to Adapt to a PC?

Answer Adapting a stereo speaker to a PC is done through a RCA to 3.5 mm audio cable. Stereo speakers are powered by a receiver. The receiver supplies power and audio signals to the speakers. The receiver... Read More »

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How Can I Connect Multiple Speaker Wires Stereo Terminal/Speaker Input?

Connecting more than one set of speakers to a single speaker wire terminal is NOT recommended. The reason for this has to do with loading and impedance. Hooking up more than one speaker decreases... Read More »

How do I Adapt a Logitech Z-5500 Speaker System to Home Theater?

The Logitech Z-5500 speaker system is a 505 watt 5.1 surround sound speaker set intended for use with a PC computer. They offer a great audio experience when watching movies or playing games on you... Read More »

Stereo speaker wire?

Its not very good wire the CCA stands for "copper clad aluminum" in other words its not real copper wire its aluminum... You need good copper wire for best results... also Oxygen Free Cooper wire ... Read More »

How to Bridge an 8 ohm Speaker Into a Car Stereo?

Bridging amplifiers is a useful method to extracting more power from amplifiers that are capable of this feature. Using an 8 ohm speaker while bridging is safe for nearly any bridgeable amp and su... Read More »