How to Connect an X Rocker Chair

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How to Connect an X Rocker Chair
An X Rocker adds serious sound to gaming. (video game frustration image by Lisa Turay from Fotolia.com)

The X Rocker chair is a piece of electronic furniture for video game systems. The rocking chair is equipped with built-in speakers and a subwoofer to create realistic stereo sound and heavy bass while the user enjoys video games. The X Rocker connects to a gaming system with a standard set of stereo cables. A separate DC power plug hooks up the chair to the electricity. The set-up should take less than five minutes.

Skill level:
Easy

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Things you need

  • RCA-type stereo cables (these cables should already be connected to the TV and gaming system).

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Instructions

  1. 1

    Insert the two plugs on the Y-adaptor that comes with the X Rocker into the stereo jacks on the side of the rocker.

  2. 2

    Unplug the white and red audio cables connected to the back of the TV. Leave the other ends connected to the gaming system.

  3. 3

    Plug the white and red cables into the left and right jacks on the Y-adaptor attached to the side of the X Rocker. White plugs usually go into the left jack.

  4. 4

    Push in the DC power plug to the jack on the end of the short cable on the X Rocker, then plug the transformer on the other end into a wall outlet. This power cable is next to the audio jacks.

  5. 5

    Turn the on/off/volume knob clockwise on the side of the X Rocker chair to activate the sound system.

Tips and warnings

  • Use a standard stereo cable to connect from the TV's audio OUT jacks to the audio IN jacks on the X Rocker if a stereo cable from the gaming system is not already connected to the television.
  • Connect the audio cables before plugging in the electrical cord.

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