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Monster cable...are they worth it?

Discussion in 'Digital TV - UK & Europe' started by roger3125, Aug 15, 2007.

  1. roger3125

    roger3125 Regular member

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    I'm attaching a picture of how my wiring is connect in the back of my HDTV. I didn't hook it and I have no clue why it was the way it is but....the picture is fair not great and the sound is the same.

    If I were to replace the came-in-the box cables with monster or ones similar should I expec to see a noticable improvement in either sound or video?

    Also, I am hard of hearing and the little speakers that are on the TV don't offer the quality sound I would like. I would like to add two larger periphial speakerss. As the system is presently set up where would the red and white wires attach in the back of the TV?

    Last question (promise)[​IMG][/img][/img][/img]. I see the speaker outlets are of the RCA type and the back of each speaker only offer wire connection, are there cables that will accommodate this arrangement?

    Wrong again....one very last question. Why can't I attach the picture? I click "Add Image" and nothin!!!
     
  2. albino92

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    You probably won't be able to see a difference on the monster cables and when you're making a thread it'll give you instructions on how to attach a picture above the text box. For your speaker problem you'd have to get and rca adapter so that the audio cables can connect from the audio out on your tv to the audio in on your speakers.
     
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    roger3125 Regular member

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    So those thick or monster cables is just hype huh? That exra shielding apparently dosn't make a difference. To clarify my wiring question here are the photos. Wht cable should I use and what is it called?

    img]http://www.theurl.com/speaker.jpg[/img

    img]http://www.theurl.com/TV back.jpg[/img
     
  4. albino92

    albino92 Regular member

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    Your links don't work
     
  5. roger3125

    roger3125 Regular member

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    One more time

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    albino92 Regular member

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    I'm sorry they still don't work lol
     
  7. roger3125

    roger3125 Regular member

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    Ok so what am I doing wrong?

    I copy and paste ==> [​IMG]

    The picture I am trying to show is titled ]b]speaker so I replace picture with speaker aNd nothing shows.

    I then did it again but this time I REPLACED picture.jpg with 'speaker" and again NOTHING
     
  8. Celtic71

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    You will need to upload the pic onto a web hosting site like photobucket etc and copy the url

    [​IMG]
     
  9. albino92

    albino92 Regular member

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    Yah listen to what celtic said
     
  10. roger3125

    roger3125 Regular member

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    My gosh I hadn't realized it was this involved. We will have to rely on my word description.
     
  11. Celtic71

    Celtic71 Active member

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    Its easy and only takes a min to do :)
     
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    LOL love the sig, very good indeed.
     
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    ha ha Smokingggggggggggggg !
     

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