You may have wire speakers in your home, and you want to connect them to a 3.5 mm jack on your computer or stereo system. This article will go through the steps of how to do this!
Many people like wire speakers because they are inexpensive and easy to set up. The wire speaker plugs into the headphone input on any device that has one available – no need for an amplifier!
In order to wire a wired speaker, you’ll need the following:
– Wire Speaker (with input for connecting wire)
– Wires with connectors on each end. One wire will be longer than the other so that it can go from your device’s headphone jack, all the way back to the wired speaker. The shorter wire should connect just at one end of your wire speaker and plug in securely!
– Soldering Iron or a very sharp knife if wires are not pre-connected by someone else
– Electrical tape
Something soft like foam or felt to place between speakers and receiver while soldering or clipping wires together. This prevents scratching of any surfaces during construction. It also provides insulation against electrical shock when high voltage wire is exposed.
– wire stripping wire
– wire connectors (if the wires are not pre-connected)
For this tutorial, I am using a wired speaker that came with input for connecting wire and has two female inputs on each end to connect it up! The first step is to plug one of your long cables from the device’s headphone jack into one side of your wire speaker. Then plug in another cable from the other end of your wire speaker into one side of where you want to place it – like under a desk or chair, etc., then run the second shorter cable back out through an open area so that you can easily reach it later when soldering/connecting them together. Make sure both cables have male and female connections on them.
The wire speaker is now connected to the wire input in your device! The wire connector cables can be cut with wire strippers, or you can use a screwdriver if they are pre-installed/preconnected by the manufacturer. Soldering may also be required depending on what type of wire connectors and devices you have, but either way will require some electrical knowledge (to avoid getting shocked!) If it is not soldered together, make sure that all wires are securely connected at both ends before using – this would mean making a connection between any exposed metal parts for maximum protection against shocks! Also, remember to always hold onto one end so that you know where current flow should go when working with electricity.”
How Do You Connect The Speaker Wire To The Headphone Jack?
When wire speaker wire to the headphone jack, it is important not only to make sure that the wires are securely connected at both ends (to avoid getting shocked!) but also for them to be compatible with your device. The metal connectors on wire speakers will typically come in either a round or square shape and must match up with those of an audio input-output port like a headphone jack. Otherwise, you may need adapters or converters which can sometimes cost extra money!
How Do You Connect An AUX Cord To A Speaker?
When wire an AUX cord to a speaker, you will need both ends of the wire and some kind of connector. The first end goes in your device (like your phone or laptop) with the output port, while the second is for wire speakers that have input ports on them. You may also want to purchase a cable if you don’t already own one! It can be tempting when wire an AUX cord to a speaker to connect it directly into another portable audio player’s headphone jack but this might result in sound quality issues because not all devices are made equal–some require specific versions of wiring connections which means they won’t work properly with others.”
How Do I Convert Old Speakers To AUX?
“Old wire speakers can be converted to aux by connecting a wire and using an AUX cord. You will need both ends of the wire, some kind of connector (for example, if you plug in your phone with one end of the wire), as well as a cable.”
Connecting wire speakers to a three-point five mm jack is easy! All that’s needed are two different wires: one for inputting sound from the device into which it plugs–like your laptop or smartphone; and another wire with output ports on them. The first end goes into that device’s headphone port while the second attaches directly to any auxiliary speaker!”
Which Speaker Wire Goes To Red?
“The wire with the red ends should be plugged into the port labeled “right,” and the wire with blue-green ports plugs into any of those. You can bundle up your speaker wires if you want!”
When connecting wire speakers to a three-point five mm jack, only one wire needs input sound–the other just sends it out! All that’s needed are two different wires: one for inputting sound from the device into which it plugs (like your laptop or smartphone) and another wire with outputs on them. The first end goes into that device’s headphone port while the second attaches directly to an auxiliary speaker.”
Is AUX And Headphone Jack The Same?
“No. AUX is an acronym for “auxiliary,” which means that wire goes into the headphone port of your laptop, phone, or another device.”
What Are The 3 Wires In An AUX Cable?
A wired speaker can be hooked up to a three-point five mm jack by plugging one wire with red ends into the right-hand side and another wire with either blue on green ends in any slot available. The first wire goes from the input sound coming out of your device (like through its headphone port) while the second wire attaches directly to an auxiliary speaker. If you’re using two speakers they will have both wires plugged in together–one end plugs straight into its respective input outlet while the other has outputs on them and connects to a power source like a battery or an AC wire.
Can You AUX Two Speakers Together??
You can wire two speakers together by connecting the wire that goes to one speaker’s input with another wire of an output wire. This will work best if both speakers are powered from a single power source, like a battery or AC wire.
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