Can you connect any speaker to a receiver?
You can, however, purchase the wrong amplifier for your speakers. Most receivers and amplifiers are compatible with today’s leading speaker options. You should, however, study the specifications first. To match your speakers with a quality amplifier and receiver setup, you’ll need to know about impedance.
Do receivers have outputs?
Home theater receivers usually have four or more HDMI inputs and a least one output that connects to a TV or video projector. However, some home theater receivers may have two or three HDMI outputs, similar to the example shown above.
How do I connect speaker wire to RCA?
Drop the outer sleeve of the RCA plug over the wire. Hold one wire to the center pin connector, heat them with the soldering iron, and then apply a small bead of solder. Repeat with the second wire and the ring connector. Then, slide the outer sleeve up over the innards of the connector and snap or screw it into place.
Can you connect powered speakers to a stereo receiver?
Your receiver will need to include pre-outs or Zone 2 lines in order to connect powered or active speakers to it. Simply connect your speakers to the pre-outs or zone 2 outputs. You cannot connect powered or active speakers to a receiver’s normal speaker terminals because it WILL damage the speakers.