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  1. iulian2013

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    Hello all!!!

    I recently recieved as a gifttwo A'Diva Ti speakers and a TR-1 subwoofer.

    Considering that I don't have anyroom :mad: for an amplifier my question for you is : Can I connect the speakers tothe subwoofer ( in the label marked as " speaker level out " ) andfurther more the subwoofer( from label marked as "Line In" ) to mySharp Aquos LC-40LE830E through RCA cables?:lease:

    Is this possible and correctlyright?

    As the gift was purchased and delivered from abroad,due to space limitation, the product were already opened and the boxes withuser manuals were thrown-away.

    Thank you for your further answerand all the best :thumbsup:,

    Iulian

    P.S. I also attached a picture.

     

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    The speaker level outputs are designed to be used with the input and are there so you can connect a stereo amp that does not have a phono sub output. It will not pass a signal from the phono input to the sub, amplify it and then send it to the speaker output. The aim of those is that you connect an amp output to the speaker level input, the sub extracts the bass from the signal and then sends the rest of the amplified frequencies to the output to the speakers. So you will not be able to do what you want and you will need an amp if you want to use the speakers.
     
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    Thank you all for expalining me how this works.
    My last question regarding this thread is :
    If I'll acquire an Orb Audio Booster ( very small dimensions - suitable for me ) will it be compatible with my speakers and sub?

    Thanks.
     

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    What Sources are you looking to use with the system?

    Joe
     
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    TV and Blue-ray Player
     
  8. Joe Fernand

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    So you require a Hi-Fi (Stereo) amp with at least two Source Inputs – and from what you say a small footprint unit will be better.

    Any idea of a budget you would be comfortable with spending on the stereo Amp?

    Can you confirm what audio Output options your TV provides - a link to the TV Specs online would be good.

    Joe
     
  9. iulian2013

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    My budget for the amp is around 200 Euros.

    Tech specifications for TV ( Sharp 3D LC40LE830E ) are :

    Display
    Visible diagonal screen size cm / inch 102 / 40
    Panel resolution 1920 x 1080
    Panel technology RGBY / RGB • / -
    Panel sub pixels 8 Mega / 6 Mega • / -
    Panel technology 3D / UV²A • / •
    Panel colour processing 8 bit
    HD ready 1080p / HD TV 1080p - / •
    HD ready / HD TV - / -
    Backlight system LED / CCFL • / -
    Backlight type full / edge - / •
    Scanning Backlight 200 / 100Hz • / -
    Scanning backlight / local dimming / film dejudder • / - / •
    Smart AV Mode II / Mode I - / •
    Brightness (cd/m²) / contrast ratio - / Mega Contrast
    Life time (h) / Reaction time (ms) -
    Viewing angle horizontal / vertikal -
    Reception system
    SDTV / HDTV (MPEG4, H.264) • / •
    DVB-S / DVB-S2 • / •
    DVB-C / DVB-C2 • / -
    DVB-T / DVB-T2 • / -
    Analog •
    Colour system NTSC (AV In) / PAL / SECAM • / • / •
    Audio system
    Amplifier digital / 1 bit • / -
    Automatic Volume Control AVC •
    Virtual / Dolby Surround • / •
    Dolby Digital Plus / TrueHD (optical drive) - / -
    DTS HD / High Resolution Audio (optical drive) - / -
    Number of Speakers (without Subwoofer) 2
    Speakers: output power (W) 10 + 10
    Number of Subwoofers 1
    Subwoofers: output power (W) 15
    Soundsystem B/G, D/K, I, L/L', M -
    Soundsystem B/G, D/K, I, L/L' •
    HD Soundsystem MPEG4 AVC / MPEG4 AAC • / •
    Multimedia
    AQUOS NET + / AQUOS NET • / -
    HbbTV -
    Teletext (pages) 2000
    Electronic program guide (EPG) 7 days, 3 views, genres, timer (not for recording)
    Video store (SD card and Aquos Net+ required) •
    Capacity of internal HD drive / internal memory (GB) -
    PVR on internal memory / USB connected device - / -
    Timeshift on internal memory / USB connected device - / •
    Timeshift internal approx. duration (h) HD / SD -
    DLNA media player for Video / Photo / Music • / • / •
    USB media player for Video / Photo / Music: • / • / •
    Player for Divx HD / DivX • / •
    Skype / Skype ready - / •
    Connectors
    HDMI V1.4 / HDMI V1.3 4 / -
    HDMI Features : Ethernet Channel / Audio Return Channel - / •
    HDMI Features : 3D / 4K • / -
    HDMI Features : Deep Color / x.v.Color - / -
    HDMI Audio Formats : SA-CD / DVD-Audio - / -
    HDMI Audio Formats : DTS-HD Master Audio™ / Dolby TrueHD - / -
    AQUOS Link / standard CEC • / -
    SCART 1
    AV in / S-Video in / Component in • / - / •
    Headphone / analogue audio • / •
    Digital audio electrical (coax) / optical - / •
    Common interface CI+ / CI • / -
    VGA / DVI / RS-232C • / - / •
    WLAN / LAN / USB • / • / •
    SD card slot (video store only) •
    Dock made for ipod / works with iphone - / -
    Eco/Energy
    4 Primary Colour Technology •
    No signal off, no operation off •
    Main power switch •
    Optical picture control (OPC) •
    ECO button on remote, energy save mode in menu •
    ECO picture control (EPC) •
    LED backlight •
    X-GEN panel •
    EU Ecolabel -
    EU Energy Efficency Classification A
    Energy consumption per year (kWh) 92
    Power consumption on-mode (W), IEC 62087 Ed. 2.0 63
    Power consumption on-mode (W), IEC 62087 -
    Power consumption standby (W), IEC 62301 Ed. 1.0 0.20
    Power consumption off mode (W), IEC 62301 Ed. 1.0 0.01
    Peak luminance ratio, forced menu (%) 68
    Peak luminance ratio, without forced menu (%) -
    Mercury content (mg) 0.0
    Presence of lead •
    Reference period 2010/1062 - 2011
    General
    Other Features USB WLAN dongle included. Seperate 3D goggles available in silver (AN-3DG10-S), red (AN-3DG10-R) or blue (AN-3DG10-A) and NEW rechargeable in black (AN-3DG20-B). Skype Freetalk camera (talk7190) available in retail.
    Cabinet colour black
    Appearance -
    Standard / touch buttons - / •
    Swivel stand •
    Remote control type GA902WJSA
    Size with stand (B x H x T in mm) 938 x 636 x 264
    Size without stand (B x H x T in mm) 938 x 588 x 34
    Weight with stand (kg) 16.5
    VESA wall mount (mm) 300 x 300
    EAN number 4974019689005

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    If you can confirm you can get Stereo Audio Out of the TV’s SCART socket then look at the likes of Cambridge Audio, Denon, Onkyo or Yamaha for a budget Hi-Fi amp.

    If you have to use the Optical out on the TV you’re going to struggle with your indicated budget or go with a budget multi-channel AVR – which is generally not going to sound as good as a dedicated ‘Hi-Fi’ Amp but will sport an Optical Input.

    Joe
     
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    Once again ...thank you
     

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