Kirsch K3 Instructions

by Chris Waller ; Updated September 28, 2017

The Kirsch K3 speaker and sub-woofer system can be connected to many different components of your home's entertainment system to achieve high-quality sound for your television programs, movies and video games. This system features four speakers that you can place around your living room, a center speaker to put above your entertainment center, a sub-woofer for realistic sounding bass, and a remote to control it all from a distance. Installing this system only takes a few minutes of your time.

Place the sub-woofer unit where you plan to put it permanently. Connect the wires from the four side and rear speakers to the four "Speaker" inputs on the back of the sub-woofer. Carefully place the speakers where you want them to rest in your living room. Connect the wire from the center speaker to the input labeled "Center," and place it above your entertainment system, centered above the television screen.

Connect the power cable to the back of the sub-woofer unit. Connect the other end of the power cable to an open wall connection. Connect the audio cable to the "Audio In" connection on the back of the sub-woofer. Connect the other end of this cord to the "Audio Out" input located on the back of the device that you want to connect the speaker system to.

Turn on the device by pressing the "Power" button on the remote. Turn on your entertainment system and the device that you have connected to the speaker system. While the system is in use, you will hear the sound from the device coming through your speaker system. Adjust the volume using the "Volume" up and down buttons on the remote. The bass level can also be adjusted using the "Bass" up and down buttons.

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