- 1 How do I connect my Sony speakers to my amp?
- 2 Can I add an amp to my factory stereo?
- 3 Is aux in the same as line in?
- 4 What is the difference between an integrated amp and a power amp?
- 5 Can you install an amp without RCA jacks?
- 6 Will an amp turn on without the remote wire?
- 7 Where should I ground the amp in my trunk?
- 8 Where is the audio output on a Sony Bravia TV?
- 9 How do I convert speaker wire to RCA?
- 10 Can you put two speaker wires one slot?
- 11 Can you wire a subwoofer without an amp?
- 12 Can I hook up a subwoofer to my stock car stereo?
How do I connect my Sony speakers to my amp?
How to connect speakers to an Audio/Video (A/V) stereo receiver.
- Turn off the A/V receiver.
- Connect the speaker wires to the speaker terminals on the rear of the A/V stereo receiver. IMPORTANT:
- Connect the other end of the speaker wires to the corresponding speakers.
Can I add an amp to my factory stereo?
It’s possible to add an amp to your car’s factory audio system without having to buy an expensive new head unit (CD player). Adding an amp will make your audio system sound louder and clearer by allowing you to send more power to your factory speakers or sub-woofers.
Is aux in the same as line in?
AFAIK, line level refers to voltage/power while AUX refers to functionality of the box they’re on (auxiliary inputs, supplemental of the “normal” ones). AUX inputs are generally line level, but could be speaker level too On many devices, they would tend to mean the same thing. What device are you referring to?
What is the difference between an integrated amp and a power amp?
Integrated amp come with extra circuit like preamp which contents volume control,Bass n Treble. Power amp just amplifies the audio signal and cant control the volume. Some professional amp come with volume control but no preamp in it.
Can you install an amp without RCA jacks?
Installing an amplifier in your car’s audio system can seem overwhelming, but installing one without RCA jacks can be downright intimidating. Older systems usually lack RCA jacks, but just because you have an older system does not mean you cannot add an amp for additional power to push your speakers or subwoofers.
Will an amp turn on without the remote wire?
This wire is used to provide the amplifier a signal when to power on and off. When you switch on your stereo, it will send voltage down to tell it to wake up. For testing purposes you can turn on any car amp without a remote wire. It is perfectly safe to do and you will not damage your car audio eqiupment.
Where should I ground the amp in my trunk?
If you’re mounting your amplifier in the trunk, the most common ground would be the strut tower. You have to be sure to sand down any paint or rust until you see the shiny metal underneath for the best connection.
Where is the audio output on a Sony Bravia TV?
Press the (Quick Settings) button or HOME button on the supplied remote control: Select Settings. Under the TV category, select Sound, Display & Sound or BRAVIA Settings. Select Audio output.
How do I convert speaker wire to RCA?
Unscrew the shells of your RCA connectors from the plugs, and slide the shells over the wire. Solder the positive lead of the speaker wire to the center pin of your RCA, and the negative to the outer lead. Allow the solder to cool, then slide the shell over the solder joints and screw tight onto the RCA jack.
Can you put two speaker wires one slot?
You shouldn’t splice the wires together. It’s like splicing but safer. You won’t harm the speakers or the stereo.
Can you wire a subwoofer without an amp?
Can I Connect a Subwoofer Without an Amp will the sub work? You can install and hook up a subwoofer without connecting an external amplifier to power it up. This can be done by disconnecting the rear speakers and using the channel outputs to be bridged for one large power output to one none powered subwoofer.
Can I hook up a subwoofer to my stock car stereo?
Can you Hook a Sub to a Stock Stereo. So, getting right to the question of can you hook subs to a stock stereo, the answer is yes you can. It is actually a good way to get a sound boost from your radio without having to give up the familiar controls.