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Volume How do I connect the speakers to this TV? Currently, there is a background 'hissing'' sound, and the volume must be at 95 - 100% output in order to hear anything. Also, the TV freezes occassionally.

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I am no pro but I hooked speakers up by using the ourputs at the back. You have to plug into a reciever or amplifier though first. You cannot just hook external speakers up mwhich is what I believe you are doing...

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Don't know how to connect to tv


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If the TV has output jacks, all you need is a cable with the appropriate plugs at each end. The TV needs RCA plugs, while the input connector to the speakers varies by manufacturer. Typically the speakers will use a 1/8-inch stereo jack if they were made to be used with a computer, and RCA jacks if they were meant to be used in a home-theater setting. In TV sets with audio outputs, the output may be fixed and independent of the TV volume, which means you can turn the TV volume down and use just the external speakers. Or the audio output may vary with the TV volume, meaning you'll always need to have the TV volume on as well. Some people find this annoying.

If the TV doesn't have an audio output available, you can't hook the speakers to the TV. What most people do in that case is use the TV as a video display in conjunction with an AV receiver. The audio and video sources connect to the receiver, which in turn drives the speakers and provides a video output to the TV.

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If you are using the TV as the main volume control try to lower the volume from the cable box, maybe to mid volume.

If you are using the Cable box as the main volume try doing the opposite from the above..

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