How to connect the amplifier to the speakers?
You have speakers, but they do not play enoughloud? And you really want to increase the volume, but nothing happens? To increase the volume on the speakers, you can use the amplifier. The article will consider how to connect the amplifier to the speakers.
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And so from the very beginning. Most speakers are not designed to be connected to an amplifier, so if you connect them to an amplifier, they may simply not survive. In them, first of all, the wires can burn. The fact is that the factory wires have a small diameter in cross-section, that is, they are much thinner from other wires, and if you let a current with more force and voltage, then there can be a fire. Therefore, first you need to change the factory wiring to the wiring more durable.
In addition, the factory wiring has enoughgreat resistance, and as a result is lost up to 35% capacity. You need to take an acoustic cable having a cross section of 2x1.5mm, and a strip that runs along one of the two wires.
If you do not have an amplifier, then you need to purchase it.
In addition, kitsacoustic and power cables. How to choose the best cables? If the power of the amplifier is 4 × 50 W, then you will need a power cable, which in the cross section is 8 mm. If the amplifier power is 4х100 W, then you need to buy a power cable with a cross section of 15 mm. As for acoustic cables, they should not be less than 2х1.5 mm in cross section. The set of cables also requires a fuse and a holder, as well as a control wire and line wires.
Next is to connect the amplifier to the speakers. But let us first consider a few nuances. When you connect the amplifier to the speakers there is one golden rule: the power of the speakers should be much stronger than the power of the amplifier itself, in extreme cases, the power should be smooth. If this rule is not observed, then your speakers will not last long.
- First, we begin to replace the regular wiring incolumns. And it can not be deleted. It can still come in handy. It's enough to just turn it off. After you have disconnected the regular wiring, you can proceed with the broaching of our acoustic cable. Stretched, fixed. Next, connect it to the speakers, observing the desired polarity.
- Next is to connect the speakers to ouramplifier. When giving advice on how to connect speakers to an amplifier, consider the simplest case. In this case, the speakers are connected to the amplifier using a bipolar cable. And this cable can be attached to the speakers either through the connector, or without a connector, that is, it is bolted to the outputs on the speakers. For proper connection to the cable columns, the polarity must be observed. Usually, the polarity is indicated on the cable terminals, if not, then the red wire indicates a plus.
- To the amplifier, this acoustic cable is connected with a plug or a plug, i.e. has a special connector, or simply bare wires (the amplifier has special clamps).
And so you already know how to connect the speakers throughamplifier. A few words about the acoustic cable. It can be connected to the amplifier using the following types of plugs: five-pin, two-pole for a socket with a mechanical fastening, and a bipolar connector for a printed-media jack.