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my mom got me speakers for my computer but after hearing these speakers blast music through them i wonderd if i could connect them to the tv,so this my tutor…
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I need HELP! I want to connect 2 rear speakers connected to the headphone jack on my TV.
I figured I could get the sound from the TV and through the rear speakers at the same time.
(This should work) But the problem is finding suitable cheap, small rear speakers to wall mount .
1 of them needs to be an active speaker and the other needs to NOT be attached to the active speaker (because they will be far apart) So they need the ability for me to attach a long cable between the two. Any suggests?
Music? Sounded like a load of crap to me!
Love the music!
Thanks a lot. I hope to try this in my NEW Toshiba 32 Inch LED TV, Hope it works. Will it?
Will these work for regular non flat screen TV.
My ears!!!!! Ahhh!!!
The music tooooo intense!!!
Did it work people
Does the tv speakers still release audio as well as the pc speaker?
does sound still come out you tv as well as logitech speakers??
it doesn’t work in samsung plasma tv please help me out
This video is over 3 years old wow.
hey can any1 help me?? ma only 1 speakers working.. nd der is no sound from d other speaker!! wat do i do!! i ve jst bought dem!! plz sum 1 help me!!! i ve connected ma speakers to pc…
i used this to plug my beats into my tv
music is annoying bro, how about just speak
MUTE THE VIDEO AT BEGINNING..THANK ME LATER
RIP HEADPHONE USERS
god awful music.. but helpful video
From what ive picked up this way of connecting your speakers is like a ”substitute” someone correct if i am wrong.
why dont you just use a 3.5mm rca y cable just plug the 3.5mm jack cable from your speakers to rca cable and then from Y end plug them in to you audio output on the tv. essayist why i think. i understand that buying the stereo adapter will help but if your speakers are powerful enough then you dont need anything else.
thats why I’m looking for a system with remote control
Is there any way that you can hook it up so that you can still control the volume with your tv remote?
…provided that I’ll use Audioengine A5+s
Thanks for the reply. My mid-range Samsung TV is ~6 months old but it only has a fixed optical output. The TV downmixes every digital source to 2.0 which I don’t mind (a receiver would have to do the same thing). Ironically, it doesn’t provide an option to control volume even though it must decode the stream anyway. I could live with volume control performed in a digital domain. Your suggestion with remote is excellent though. I could at least use one remote for everything.
I plan to go a similar route. I don’t want to buy a separate receiver since it would onle serve as DAC with remote control anyway. I’m curious, though, how do you control the overall system volume? I find it inconvenient not to be able to control the volume using remote control. Audioengine A5+ seem to have their own remote control which could help.
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