Naxa Electronics ND-863 Home Theater DVD Player and Speake
- Product Dimensions: 8 x 9.4 x 2 inches
- Item Weight:01 pounds
- Model Name: ND-863
- Speaker Type: Surround Sound Speaker System
- Connectivity Technology: RCA, Coaxial
- Controller Type: Remote Control
What’s in the box?
- DVD Player, 2 Speakers, Remote control, A/V cable, User manual
The Naxa 2.1-Channel Home Theater DVD/Speaker System is worth checking out! With a DVD digital player and 2.1-channel sound system, this is a miniature home theatre. With the stylish, slim DVD player and the two full-range speakers, subwoofer, and versatile connection choices, you can enjoy surround-sound movie effects at home. Component video, composite video, S-video, coaxial digital audio, and RCA 2.1 channel audio output are among the connection possibilities.
- DVD digital player + 2.1 channel speaker setup for home theatre
- With two full-range speakers, enjoy surround-sound movie effects at home.
- attractive, slim DVD player with a variety of connection possibilities
- Component video, composite video, S-video, coaxial digital audio, and RCA 2.1 channel audio output are available as connection methods.
Products with electrical plugs are made with American consumers in mind. Because outlets and voltage vary from country to country, this device might need an adapter or converter to be used where you are travelling. Before buying, kindly verify compatibility.
How to use?
The two most popular ways to connect an A/V receiver or home theatre system to a TV are as follows:
- Option 1: Connecting through HDMI® and the ARC feature
- Option 2: Use an HDMI cable, coaxial digital cable, optical digital cable, or audio cable to connect.
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Frequently Asked Questions
The most typical setup is 5.1 channels since it gives most listeners a good surround sound experience. 5.1 channel systems can be set up in a variety of ways. An alternative wireless home theatre system, such as one that supports WiSA.
Surround sound is redefined by AV receivers. Every AV receiver has at least the standard 5.1 surround sound configurations, which consists of six channels: the centre, left and right front speakers, left and right surround speakers, and the subwoofer (designated as the “.1”).
A video display (such as a normal TV, plasma or LCD TV, a projector, etc.), a surround sound A/V receiver, and a video source are the three most fundamental parts of a home theatre system.
Two loudspeakers that face the listener are included in a two-channel speaker system. When you are seated or standing in the “sweet spot,” the audio is significantly richer, fuller, and more realistic. With only one speaker, a two-channel setup produces a three-dimensional soundscape.
Home cinema, also known as home theatres or theatre rooms, are home entertainment audio-visual systems that are put up in a room or backyard of a private home and attempt to replicate the feel and ambience of a movie theatre using consumer electronics-grade video and audio equipment.
A large television with video components and an audio system with surround sound are the typical components of a home theatre, which is defined as an entertainment system for the house.
Activate the NFC settings on your mobile device if it has an NFC chip.
To open Music Center, tap on the Music Center symbol.
Then choose Connect by NFC by tapping the + (Add Device) button.
Touch the NFC symbol on your mobile smartphone to the audio device’s NFC symbol.
If you can use any speakers for surround sound is one of the queries that can cross your thoughts. Fortunately, with the right connection to a receiver with compatible impedance ratings (ohms) and optimum placement in your home theatre area, any speaker may be used for surround sound.
An illustration of sound coming from or travelling to a single place is called a channel. One channel of audio can be produced by a single microphone and received by a single speaker, for instance. A digital audio file may include several data channels.
Out of all the many sound systems, home theatre systems don’t have the best sound quality. You won’t have the ideal listening experience while listening to music through these systems compared to a home music system because they are made for watching movies.
Two speakers create the left and right sound channels of your standard stereo system (a 2.0 system). A subwoofer is included in a 2.1 channel system for more warmth and bass.
You must locate the aux input on the system’s rear in order to connect the aux cable to your home theatre system. Simply insert the cable into the input once you’ve located the aux input. The other end of the aux cable needs to be connected to the TV’s aux input before you can continue.
To the TV.
Switch Watch TV to discover. Settings > Bluetooth
Switch the speaker to pairing mode and turn it on.
Watch for a new device to be detected by the TV.
Increase or decrease the volume after connecting the speakers to your TV.
A power supply is necessary for the operation of surround sound speakers. Long cables are used to connect wired speakers to the receiver/amplifier (power source). Wireless speakers are powered by batteries, a smaller AC power line (similar to that of a small appliance), or they are charged beforehand.