Hi, I have a Logitech 2.1 connected to my PC by a earphone jack and to me it sounds great.
Due to lack of space I would like to connect a 2.1 to my TV but the the TV dosen't have a earphone jack. What it does have at the back is:
RGB In Audio RGB / DVI
Video Y PA PR
Audio L R
The TV is LG 26L C4 or 5 (same back panel)
I also have a Marantz Stereo Amp positioned just below the TV
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Re: Connect Logitech 2.1 to TV
I dont know how ur tv does not have a earphone jack i wonder now a days how they make such tv's , pls try to take sound from audio LR if it helps other wise no hope to get sound on speakers sorry pls try to find in manual if there is any hidden headphone jack some where see in manual
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I have seen manuals of both the systems. You have two options to connect Logitech z5500 speakers to Samsung UN32F5500 TV.
1. With Optical Audio Cable.
2. Stereo Ear Phone Connection.
Simply plug in Green earphone cable of Logitech Speakers to Green Audio out Jack described on Page 7 of the TV manual. If you are using stereo EP you may not experience 5.1sound separation. And it is also mentioned that you should not use other two audio cables of the tri-EP-cable provided with Logitech speakers.
You can't connect the speakers to your TV. I doesn't have any audio output available, just inputs. Those are for connecting the audio from sources like DVD players, and they go in to the TV's sound system. But there's no way of getting the sound out except through the set's internal speakers. The surround system you got is great for a computer, but it's not what you need for TV use.
The only solution I can offer is the suggestion that you invest in a home theater receiver. You can get decent basic systems with the receiver (often with DVD/audio CD playback capability built in) and surround speakers at reasonable prices. Then you use that to drive the speakers, and use the TV just as a video monitor. Then you will have surround sound.
You should have an Audio outpout RCA behind your TV. Plug it 2 RAC then the cables to an RCA/ 3 mini JACK adapter. Plug the 3 mini jack to the X-540.
You have your audio output settled up on your X-540.
Thanks and have a nice day ! J -
Unfortunately, Logitech doesn't sell the wired remote controller separately. And that seems to be infamous for going out.
What worked for me (with no sound and no blue light on the remote connector) was to plug a set of earphones into the earphone port. As soon as I did that, the blue light came on and the sound was restored, even after removing the earphones. Someone else said both speakers worked properly while they had the earphones in, but not otherwise.