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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Another favourable option is to add BlueTooth speakers that can make your speaker placement wireless and easier without running cables behind furniture, etc. You would need a Bluetooth adapter either pluggable into your TV or externally from cable plugs. It helps that your TV has built-in Bluetooth or Wifi to make this option possible.
A standard CRT television most likely doesn't support surround sound. Connect at least the FRONT L/R of your source to the stereo in L/R on the television. If you want to enjoy the full experience of surround sound, you should consider purchasing a surround receiver with all required speakers (5.1 / 6.1 / 7.1). They don't have to be expensive second hand (eBay and the likes).
Most TVs have a menu setting that says internal or external speakers.Here are the instructions for yours.
Turning off the built-in speakers
Use this feature to turn the TV speakers off when you connect an
audio system (see "Connecting an audio system" on page 11).
To turn off the built-in speakers:
1. Press MENU, then press x or • until AUDIO menu appears.
2. Press y or z to highlight SPEAKERS.
3. Press x or • to highlight OFF.
For a simple stereo connection If you have a spare set of inputs (CD, AUX, video but NOT Phono/LP) on your receiver, preamp or whatever makes your speakers make noise that accept a pair of red/white RCA type inputs connect the OUTPUT of either your cable box, satellite receiver or TV audio Left & Right (red & white RCA jacks) to the INPUT of your receiver. If your cable or satellite receiver has a digital OUTPUT (either optical or coaxial) and your receiver has a like INPUT and 5.1 surround sound capability you can connect that to give you a surround sound mix.
Depending on the model TV, there may be a switch on the back to turn the speakers off, or there may a choice on the audio on-screen menu to turn them off. Not all sets allow you to turn the speakers off, but you can always mute the sound, although this sometimes leaves the word "MUTE" on the screen to remind you. You can also just turn the volume all the way down on the TV. If you're using the AV inputs on the TV with a device like a DVD player, another option is to connect the video only to the TV, and feed the audio to the amplifier providing surround sound. Then the TV speakers won't be used at all.
jennifer, if your tv has external audio out jacks sometimes called audio monitor jacks, it would be possible to attach the dubbing cables to the aux in of a surround system or a power amp. If you are using any type of cable or satelite box, these things usually have video/audio out jacks too.good luck
I spent hte whole day moving my girlfriend and the only thing I got out of it was a TV with no sound coming out of it. I turned the speakers "on" in the menu screen, then i used the speaker output of the tv to a stereo or a couple of cheap speakers. Or connect 1 speaker and set the tv to mono. Hopefully your tv has some form of audio out besides the built in speakers. Good Luck
1)probable incompatibility issue--for comparison
did you try a set of headphones?
2)The RCA audio outputs on the tv can go to an
amplifier that has speakers attached,ie surround
3)Caution==never try to alter vol level at spkr!