I have two 8 inch Jensen subs. I hooked them up to my friends receiver but it doesnt seem to power the subs at all. Even my receiver barely powers them. Are there such things as home audio amps that I can hook them up too? Or any other suggestions?
Home Theater - 1 Answers - 2009-03-27 22:06:57
Hi, I am new to home audio. I have a few decent sized speakers, an amp, and some crappy old receivers. I would like to make a decent system out of what I have, possibly purchasing a new receiver. I also have a 1000w car amp and two 12" subs. I just need some advice on how to set everything up and how to match the speakers to the amp. I know you need to take resistance and power into account, but I'm not exactly sure how.
Home Theater - 3 Answers - 2012-11-18 23:42:27
Im shopping for a home audio receiver and i keep seeing home audio amplifiers. and i am not excatly sure what a home audio amplifier is. like is it something that you but and connect to a receiver to boost the watts of the receiver? can you even do that?
Other - Electronics - 3 Answers - 2010-02-02 01:45:27
I have a new condo and want to set up home audio systems throughout the home including a surround system in the main room with HD TV but also in several other rooms and I want to do it wirelessly. I am a musician and therefore audio quality is going to be very important. Any ideas? Thanks.
Music & Music Players - 1 Answers - 2006-08-28 23:13:06
I am thinking of getting a new home audio system, and I was wondering what I should look for in the impedance of my reciever's output and speakers.
I know it's measured in Ohms, usually 4,6, or 8, but which would give the best perfomance? I'm looking for the most accurate audio reproduction.
Any help would be greatly appreciated!
Also, I'm not looking to spend over $600 for the system. The best impedance rating withing this budget...
Home Theater - 4 Answers - 2007-09-11 18:00:01
I want to put a home audio system in my house. Please do not get confused with a home theater system, as I only want this system for music. I would want to have speakers in four rooms, but it's all open plan. Also, I want to know what would be the best amp or receiver on the market. Money doesn't matter.
Home Theater - 2 Answers - 2011-07-30 15:59:15
I have moved to Germany for a short time and am looking to buy a home audio system. I need something that would work on both 120-140V 60 hertz for the US and 220-240V at 50 hertz for Germany. I was looking at the Yamaha systems but can not tell which one or if another brand would be better for this.
I am really looking for something with networking and Apple Air Play if available as well. Any advice is appreciated.
Home Theater - 2 Answers - 2013-02-25 20:01:51
I have an AP18001d Amplifier, and a Kenwood 400 watt sub that i would like to wire to my home audio. I was wondering what would i have to do in order to succesfully wire the amp and sub into my home audio system and not have the amplifier fry. Any and all help is appreciated.
Car Audio - 2 Answers - 2010-03-17 14:42:58
I've got two 12' Rockford Fosgate (R2D4) 250rms-500 peak wired @ 4-ohms...in a vented(but soon ported) box
they used to be in my truck but i got rid of it...i am thinking about setting them up with my computer..any advice?
i want to hit low bass notes...but i've only got a car amplifier for now.
what brand of amp would be good? I cant even find home audio amplifiers...anywhere i search the results are in car audio...im looking for a 2-channel amp of at least 1000W.
Home Theater - 2 Answers - 2013-02-15 20:18:10
I'm interested in buying a home audio system. However, it cannot be directly connected to a computer. Can using a receiver make this possible?
Home Theater - 5 Answers - 2011-04-08 03:34:57