How to Connect an Akai PSP4294LV Speaker Bar

Updated February 21, 2017

The Akai PSP4294LV speaker bar is a speaker add-on for flat screen TVs, which can be mounted to compatible models. The Akai PSP4294LV speaker bar provides stereo sound support. The powered speaker bar has more robust sound than the stock speakers on the TV. The Akai PSP4294LV speaker bar can only be connected to TVs that are compatible, as the speaker bar is wired to the TV's speaker out ports (not something all flat screens have.)

Place the flatscreen TV face down on a soft surface, like a couch or a bed, to protect the screen while you're working.

Locate the mouldings and holes for a speaker bar on the TV. These are indentations on the edge of the back of the TV case that are flat and fit the connectors of the Akai PSP4294LV speaker bar. There will be two screw holes in each moulding. There are no other mouldings or connectors on the TV.

Place the Akai PSP4294LV speaker bar into the mouldings on the TV. The connectors on Akai PSP4294LV speaker bar should fit right into the mouldings. The holes on the Akai PSP4294LV speaker bar and the TV should match up.

Screw the Akai PSP4294LV speaker bar to the TV using the holes on both items.

Connect a speaker wire to the speaker wire terminal on the Akai PSP4294LV speaker bar. Connect the red speaker wire with the red port and connect the black speaker wire with the black port.

Connect the other end of the speaker wire to the TV's powered audio-out ports. Again, connect red with red and black with black.

Plug in the TV and test out the speaker bar.

Things You'll Need

  • Speaker wire
  • Screwdriver
  • Screws
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