Audio & TV Equipment

Connecting speakers to monitor via headphone jack

Multi-channel sound speakers, also known as surround sound speakers, are all speaker devices that encircle the listener, immersing them in music from a video or audio source.

If you are a music fan, a hobbyist, or just need a high-quality audio device to maximize your pleasure, multi-channel speaker systems may deliver this.

All that is necessary is an efficient arrangement of speakers and appropriate tuning, by connecting speakers to monitor via headphone jack, so that each speaker uses the correct setting relative to the position of the listener in the room.

audio deviceSo, what kind of speakers do you need? The most popular surround sound set-up is a 5.1 setup consisting of 5 speakers and a subwoofer bass panel, which is the set-up that I will cover here.

Front-right and left-wing speakers are your first thought. Such front speakers can be wall or shelf mounted or floor mounted.

Such speakers usually provide the key elements of the audio and can be located on either side of your television screen, offering a good front-facing audio array.

Consider of how you would play audio on the monitor headphone jack.

Next, the middle speaker is an important consideration as it handles most of the dialogue or speech from your source material.

The middle speaker is positioned above or below your television screen. Higher quality central speaker is often a smart purchase for clarity of dialog in your sound.

front speakers

The middle speaker must be located as close to the television set as possible so that the location of your most significant signal is right, just so that the speaker is not positioned too far or too low to carry the echo over the heads of the listeners or to the feet of the listeners. Angling this speaker will help.

The tone of the rear speakers is more delicate than the front and center pairs, supplying the aura rather than the overt tone of your ears.

The rear speakers obviously ought to be located at the back of the listening position as well as at the sides and in front of the audience.

They would ideally be in-line with the front speakers and evenly spaced. Another factor for the rear speakers is the cabling, a long cable run is needed for such speakers, which can present a trip hazard or even be quite unsightly such that some forethought is necessary here.