Digital Coaxial Cables vs RCA Cables

Different types of cables with varying degrees of quality are used in the consumer electronics world to transmit audio and video signals between components. Digital...

Plugging Composite into Component (Solved)

Plugging composite into component is not something you would normally do because component goes into the green, blue, red ports while composite goes into...

Differences Between 12awg And 16awg Speaker Wires

Wires play a significant role in delivering electrical signals from source units to receiver units. They are generally classified based on the size or...

How to Connect A Receiver to Your TV Using RCA Cables

A receiver sends the video to your TV and the audio to the decoder, allowing your home theater system to give you the best...

How Does the HDMI Pass Through Feature Work?

If you want a video or audio signal from your HD sources or HD set-top box via your HDMI cable to your home theater,...

How To Wire XLR to RCA Connectors

In many cases, your audio device such as a media player may have XLR output but your pre-amp, amp or sub only has RCA...

XLR vs 1/4 Inch: Which is a Better Choice? (The Truth!)

XLR and 1/4 inch cables are two of the most common audio ports and jacks in the audio industry. Several audio equipment and devices...

How To Connect Soundbar To TV With Red And White Cable

Connecting your TV to a soundbar is an excellent idea to improve your home theater system. However, if you have an older TV, it...

5 Best Subwoofer Connection Types

There are many ways you can connect your subwoofer to your AV receiver, amplifier, soundbar, etc. There are many types of cables you can...

How to Connect Samsung Soundbar to Your TV Using Aux

So you just bought brand new Samsung soundbar and you’re wondering how to connect your new Samsung soundbar to your TV using AUX. There is...

Pre Out vs Line Out And When To Use Each One

If you’ve done any sort of home theatre setup, then you’ve likely seen pre out or line out on your receiver or even another...

Should You Shield Your Speaker Wires And How To Do It

Shielding protects your speakers from signal integrity issues. If you love listening to uninterrupted sound from your speakers, then you should consider shielding the...

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