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can I connect the speakers to my record player that only has a aux in socket at the back? 11 Oct 2014
What you need from your record player is an output, not an input. I it has a headphone jack, that would do it with an appropriate lead from Maplins or your local hi-fi shop.
I have my speakers at 150cm with the supplied cables,hope this helps.
I would like to secure the speakers in a suitcase, are there assembly screws on any face (to reuse them, or at least open the case to drill some)? 18 Jul 2015
There are two screw holes on the bottom front underneath the volume control's that's all I can see.
I have these connected to my tv.Need to connect wireless headphones but want simultaneous audio from tv and headphones. What connections do I need 14 Mar 2014
Because the speakers are connected to the TV's headphone jack and plugging the headphones into the speaker's headphone jack will prevent sound coming out of the speakers you will need a headphone splitter to go in the TV's headphone jack. It will be Male to 2 female. Your headphones will then plug into one of the female jacks and the speakers into the other. Just type " headphone splitter" into Amazon and you find several. Couple of quid.
Can i connect them to my record player. It only has an aux out socket at the frount and an aux in socket at the back. It has no red/white sockets 12 Oct 2014
They use a standard mini-jack connection so you might need an adaptor but it should work okay
Sorry cannot be of help.I bought these for our Kitchen television that had a poor sound...they work fantastic
can you connect these speakers to front speaker line in instead of head phone socket?On Desktop Computer 13 Jun 2015
Yes, the input on the speaker is designed for line-out from your PC (3.5mm stereo: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Phone_connector_(audio)#Modern_connectors)
No they aren't