Saturday, November 5, 2011

How to connect surround sound speakers on LCD TV?

Its simple.The surround sound speakers require an "Interconnection" box, that is a box with Jacks that the Red & White stereo audio plug into, on one side, and the 3 SS speakers plug into the "Other side" as it were. Usually with SS there is  Rear, Front and Sub Woofer, as this means 3 sets of speakers must mate with the 2 outputs from the TV etc. So the "Line Out" stereo output from the TV, which are usually the Red & White, is the output to the interconnection box, from there it feeds into the SS decoder, some plug directly into the decoder itself, and don't use an interconnect box, but it's all the same in the end. The stereo output is fed into the SS decoder, and then SS signal is extracted from the sign in, and routed out to the appropriate speakers.
Connecting wires as per this above details will help you to get sound from surround sound speakers.
This will help.


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