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Is there a way to turn off the speakers?

I want to run this into my stereo using surround speakers. Is there a way to turn off the built-in speakers?

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  • stevekeutzer Feb 22, 2009

    Thanks for the info. As it turned out, the answer was right under my nose. Simply turning down the volume does not affect the output to the speakers.

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There are several ways, you can either take apart the set and disconnect the speakers cables from the board or you can find and cut the power source where the audio chip amplifier is located that way the amplifier chip wont power on and will not feed the speakers

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