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How To 

How to set-up a digital music system

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Setting up a new digital music system sounds easier than it actually is. Nevertheless, it is fun, exciting and important for music enthusiasts to make their dream music system. To complete the unit, you require several devices such as speakers, subwoofers, amplifiers, source device etc. From budget to music quality, there is a lot to think about to come up with an ideal music system. Follow the steps below to set-up your new digital music system.

Step 1
Decide a budget

First thing first, decide a budget before heading to the store. Know in advance that a new music system can cost anywhere from a few hundred bucks to a hundred thousand dollars. The stores could lure you in buying stuff more expensive than you normally would. Therefore, you must decide on a budget beforehand.

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Step 2
Know your requirements

You need to decide the place where you’ll set-up the music system. Accordingly, decide how many speakers and woofers you require based on the sound quality and loudness you wish for.

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Step 3
Plan a perfect set-up

A perfect set-up plan includes placing the speakers and other devices on their positions before making connections. This is done to avoid disconnections and breaking up of cables/wires while moving the devices around.

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Step 4
Connect the devices

Connection of the devices will require time and different types of cables such as normal wires, 3.5 mm jack cable, XLR cable, HDMI cable, RAC cables, standard jack cable etc. Keep the required stuff such as wire cutter and connectors handy. Connect all the devices in your unit one by one to avoid confusion.

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Step 5
Complete the set-up

Switch on the power supply and complete the set-up by fine-tuning the sound quality.


Always remember, your music system should complement the place.
 

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