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Posted: Thu Oct 26, 2006 6:10 pm 
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Maybe someone can help me... I have a spare dvd player sitting around, and some spare car speakers (6x9's)... am I able 2 maybe buy a set of ac chords, cut the far end off them, and add wires to it to plug into the 6x9's to use them as a stereo for out in the shed? would that work or would the chords stuff up when u cut them?

also obviously the speakers r made to run at 12v yeh? would the speakers just blow if i tried running them through the dvd player?

Im just curious cause I dont have a cd player for the shed for when im doin work out there
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Posted: Thu Oct 26, 2006 6:14 pm 
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Hey mate.

The wire will work ok for that kind of application. Probably a bit stuff and tricky to work with, but other than that should be ok.

But the output from the DVD player wont be high enough - it will need amplification or you'll never hear it.

I reckon you'd be better of getting a cheap PC speaker/subby setup - they have amplifiers built into them and you'll just have to get rid of the TRS plug on the speaker line and fit RCA connectors to plug into DVD player.

 

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Posted: Thu Oct 26, 2006 6:24 pm 
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so I wont hear it with car speakers, but if I get some speakers from a computer, they should work? all id have 2 do is do what i was going to and cut end of and connect RCA chords to go into player? May have to buy some cheap pc speakers, will the volume be quite loud?
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