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Your TV has both analog and digital sound output jacks. You will need to connect to an audio amplifier/speaker system that can use either of these types of audio signals. Consult your TV user manual for more info.
Check its speaker first. If it is found OK, connect the set to any external amplifier If no sound is produced by external amplifier too, the main digital board has the fault. If there is sound by external amp, and not with TVs internal speaker, the fault is with its audio output stage circuit. If you wish to get more details, surf the
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Assuming you are using the internal speakers, check and make sure you have the audio enabled. Some TV sets have a option to turn off the internal speakers. Also make sure mute isn't turned on. If you are using external audio setup, double check your connections.
Apperently this tv has a history of sound board related problems. So if you are trying to connect external speakers because you have no sound from the set then you still will be sound-less. On the other habd if you just want more sound then I would suggest using a surround sound system which will readily connect to your set.
Hello. You can not connect any speaker to TV directly. You TV have non-amplified output on the back "Audio out" that you connect using red and white RCA style cable into home theater system or some other audio amplifier. Amplifier itself should have outputs for speakers. Amplifier and speakers have to match. If you have just bare speaker/speakers I would recommend to get rid of it and purchase cheap home theater system that would definately solve your problem. They come with instructions and diagrams of how to connect it to TV. Regards. Russ.
Yes, its absolutely possible. You can connect external speakers from analog output of TV. Even you can use AV receivers available in the market which can be used to amplify OR process the tv sound with latest digital processing techniques, it would be very much pleasant than the sound from tv.
"Line" level audio output is available at the audio output phono jacks at the top of the rear panel, but not speaker-level output. So, you'll need an amplifier to use in conjunction with your external speakers. (An alternative would be "powered" or "amplified" speakers that have their own amplifier, but often are less satisfactory acoustically). You don't necessarily need to get a full-fledged "receiver" with multiple in's & out's... I simply used an inexpensive stereo amplifier.
Connect the "Audio L - R" jacks on the rear of the set to the "line" or "aux" inputs on your chosen amplifier and speakers. If you go into the set's Menu - Option - Output Select and set it to "Variable", the internal speakers will be disabled, and you can control the volume (and muting) of the audio sent to the amplifier, and still have "armchair" control of the volume as before... but now with better stereo!