You will need
- - DVD.
To start with the selection of speakers. Of course, the column will give the fact that it takes the head unit, but also from its quality a lot depends on the playback sound. But still, cheap Chinese speakers are unlikely to provide high-quality sound, not to mention their lifetime, so purchase the model, the quality of which will be at a high level.
Buying good speakers, for example, a set of 5.1 or 2.0, proceed to their connection with the player. Best speakers for the DVD to connect along with the amplifier, through the audio output of the DVD player. Thanks to this connection the DVD can be used as mp3 player or CD player.
Check the right and left front speakers, a subwoofer, right and left rear speakers, and center speaker. This must be done because the DVD format is accompanied by a six channel sound track, and this means that each track should have its own column.
If you don't know what the input is plug a particular column, insert at the recess bell in every available socket. If the plug finds its native input, the column will begin to emit either a slight noise, a distinctive crackle.
Connecting speakers to DVD, don't put them next to the sound of the score sound different. Subwoofer column is generally desirable to put away from the others, as it is not only its large size but also that it produces low frequency sound that the human ear perceives almost no.
Be careful when connecting any connections, as the device is connected to mains electricity.
If you want to hear played by your DVD has better audio, connect to its digital output a good modern receiver.
Advice 2 : How to connect home cinema to PC
If you set out to connect your home theater and personal computer, keep in mind a few basic rules. They will help quickly and correctly to carry out the connection avoiding any possible difficulties.
Practice shows that the acoustic system of budget home theater capable of reproducing the sound more high quality than the computer speakers in the same price category. The problem is that to connect the speakers to the DVD player not in use suitable connectors. The only true solution is to use a DVD player as an amplifier. Purchase cable, which is an adapter with normal connector 3.5 mm Jack into two "Tulip". Select the optimal length of the cable, given the fact that the wire is too long can adversely affect the signal transmission quality.
Now connect the Jack connector to a free slot of the sound card of your computer. If you are using a sound card with a non-configurable connectors, the connection should be made to the Audio Out port. Connectors located on the other end, connect to TV Audio In DVD player.
Make sure that all speakers and the subwoofer (if present) is connected to the DVD player. Turn on both devices. Wait for loading the operating system. If you have access to the settings of the DVD player, then specify the channels used as the main audio source.
Open the program, allowing to change the parameters of the sound card of the computer. First, make sure that the used connector has the Audio Out option. Now set the output settings of the audio signal. If the home theater system includes a standard 5.1 system (5 speakers and a subwoofer), select the operating mode of the sound card 6СН Speaker. This will allow to properly distribute the signal transmitted from the computer to the DVD player.
Run the appropriate musical composition and make fine adjustments to your sound using the equalizer of the computer and the DVD player.