Making Connections; Connecting Speakers; Connecting Audio Sources; Connecting A Tuner - RCA 01A02 Owner's Manual

Mini stereo amplifier
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MAKING CONNECTIONS

CONNECTING SPEAKERS

For best results, use a matched pair of
8-ohm speakers.
Caution: Before you make speaker
connections, be sure the AC power cord is
not plugged in.
For speaker connections, use a speaker cable
with a phono plug on one end and the
appropriate connector on the other end.
This connection depends on the type of
speakers you have. Your local RadioShack
store sells a variety of speaker cables and
connectors for most types of speakers.
With Phono Jacks
If the speakers have phono jacks, insert one
speaker cable's plug into the right speaker's
phono jack. Then insert the cable's other
plug into the amplifier's
phono jack.
Repeat this process for the left speaker.
Without Phono Jacks
If your speakers do not have phono jacks,
use regular two-conductor speaker wire
(available at your local RadioShack store)
with a phono plug on one end. Follow these
steps to connect this type of speaker.
1. Connect the wire's two separate
conductors to the right speaker's
positive (+) and negative (–) terminals.
2. Connect the wire's phono plug to the
amplifier's
SPEAKERS R
SPEAKERS R
terminal.
Repeat Steps 1 and 2 to connect the left
speaker to the amplifier's
terminal.
CONNECTING AUDIO
SOURCES
Use standard, shielded audio cables for
connecting audio sources such as a tuner/
amplifier, tape deck, or CD player.

Connecting a Tuner

Connect the tuner's left and right output
jacks to the amplifier's
input jacks.
SPEAKERS L
and
L
R TUNER
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