I've owned an Envision L37W698 LCD TV for about a year and love it.
But, when trying to use my headphones, I plugged the 3.5mm audio cord into the "headphones" jack, the headphones work just fine, but the TV speakers go mute - in other words, I can't use headphones and speakers at the same time.
I can plug the 3.5mm plug into an RCA adapter and plug the red/white plugs into the "audio out" plugs on the TV. The headphones work, but the quality is poor (static, low volume).
The headphones are new and work perfectly on other TVs in the house. Any ideas?
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This is usually a menu option that you can reach with your remote. I don't have this particular TV, but if you can turn them off, it is usually a menu configuration option. Hunt around with your remote until you find the configuration menu and look for the "sound" settings.
If your TV has a headphone jack, try plugging a set of headphones into the TV to see if that disconnects the internal speakers. If it does, go to Radio Shack and buy an appropriately sized blank plug and just plug that in to the headphone jack to disconnect the speakers.
Your Tv needs a 3 mm headphone input. This is where you input your wireless headphone receiver . I checked a few websites and did not see them indicating this TV has a 3mm Headphone jack?? Double check !
if you want audio as well, it will depend on what kind of audio connection your tv has next to the VGA (computer monitor) connection. If it looks like the normal RCA audio, (red and white plugs) you will need to get a male headphone jack (to plug into your computer headphone or speaker out jack) to stereo RCA cable so you would have a headphone jack on one side of the cable and a red and white plug on the other side. Now if your TV just has what look like a headphone jack next to the VGA (computer monitor plug) you will need to buy a male to male stereo headphone jack cable. for both of these, just make sure the cable you get it long enough, or buy an extension.
I have a Panasonic viera 32in lcd hd tv. I'm trying to hook up headphones but there's is no apparent audio output jacks. But there's is only one digtal output jack! is this the jack ? and if it is, what cables do I need to make the headphones work? or am I forced into by an amplifier
If you're trying to plug the speakers into the headphone connector that will happen.
Headphones are having a high impedance and those loudspeakers a low impedance.
That's why your volume is down. It stresses your audio-amplifier and even blow your finals.