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Hello Power supply regulator board of your tV is faulty. If you are aware in electronics inform me. I've its repair manual to this Tv. If you have enough knoledge in electronics, you can do it by yourself at home. If you wants to do this at home, just inform me. I'll give you further instructions about what to do. OK.
Do not try this unless you have a low power (30 watt) soldering iron and have some soldering skills.Buy some desoldering wick at Radio Shack. Place the wick on the solder connection and then place the soldering iron tip on the wick. Wait until the solder is sucked into the wick and completely clears the connection of any solder.Once both connections are clear of all solder, remove the IR sensor and place the new one in. Leave the new IR sensor leads long until you have soldered the connections. Then clip the leads short. Do not leave the solder iron on the connection to long when soldering in the new IR sensor. If you get the new sensor to hot it may damage it. Good Luck !
alot of older sony's tend to have a flicker issues which will require the tubes to be replaced...problem...the tubes are either no longer available...or you might get lucky finding another tv like yours that has a couple years left on it...either way ..it's gonna cost you!!
Sounds to me like an audio 3.5mm jack to L-R phono leads. The single jack connector would need to go into your pc's line-out port on the soundcard and the red and white phono connections on the other end go to either your television or home theatre system.