How do i connect old speakers to mobile?

 Ok, so I have a very old speaker surround system (JVC MX-60). It plays only Cassets and cds which we dont use nowadays.However the speakers are huge. The clarity and sound is good enough to listen to heavy metal music.
I want to connect these speakers to my mobile. But the thing is, i dont know how to .
Now I am a complete noob when it comes to electronics. Based on my knowledge I need to connect these speakers to an amplifier . To do that i need to know the wattage. And I dont Know how to find out. I was going through the main unit(which is destroyed) and it mentioned that the speaker impedance is 6 ohms. Wattage is product of voltage and current. How do I find that? Multimeter perhaps?

here is a few things that I want to mention
-The speakers have two wires(black and red). Nothing is mentioned on the speakers regarding its power. voltage etC.
- I dont have the manual. The device must be older than me.
- i have uploaded the pics of the back side of the main unit

Yonatan242 years ago

If you send a picture of the speaker I would be able to help you more, but it should be written on the speaker

kjsrocks2 years ago

You should be able to connect a cable to the phono/aux video ports.

This should do.

If it plays cassetts than you can still get so called adapter tapes.
The dirt chep ones only have short tape in it that runs in a loop (avoid!!), the normal ones a transducer that converts the audio signal directly to the tape head.
They take a standard audio input from these headphone style connectors.
This way you keep the speakers to the matched amp and can use all the features.
Something simple like this for example:

If you want to go fancy you get also get BT audio receiver to cennect to the fake tape and stream your musik without a cable:

Only minimal skills required to wire them together, either with suitable adapters or by soldering.