How speakers with dual RCA input work

Agustin_6

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Hey,

I am lookig to get this speakers for my bedroom.

http://tecsys.com.uy/producto/parlante-thonet-vander-2-0-kurbis-50w/

I am planning to plug the PC and my TV to it through the dual RCA inputs.

I cant see any switch to choose with input to use.

How does this work?

Thanks!
 


Most of these have a primary and a secondary.
So if sound is on the primary it will always play to primary RCA input regardless of secondary.
If no sound is coming from primary then it can play the secondary RCA input.
 

captaincharisma

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the ones in the last link you provided have built in Bluetooth so they are almost completely different then the ones in your original link

 

Agustin_6

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Ahm I am guessing they are the same model but without bluetooth.

Just imagine an amp is not needed, if they do not have a switch to choose which RCA input to use, how do they work?

Now I have a speaker with an AUX input, and I use a Y cable to plug both into it, but it sounds quite weaker than plugging just 1.
 


Most of these have a primary and a secondary.
So if sound is on the primary it will always play to primary RCA input regardless of secondary.
If no sound is coming from primary then it can play the secondary RCA input.
 
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