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Re: getting stereo speakers to work with flat panel tv
If you hook the low-level audio-out from the tv to an input to the stereo unit, whatever you play on tv will send audio to surround/stereo reciever unit. look on back of tv for red &white AUDIO OUTPUT terminals. plug red/white audio cables from tv to the back of your stereo & plug into audio input of an open source on stereo (tv/video,aux. in,etc.) good luck!
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First make sure that your TV has an audio OUT. Most do not. If you do then you can plug into that but you will have to go into the menu on the TV under audio and turn on the external speaker feature. If you do not have an audio OUT then you will have to hook you speaker to the audio OUT of your home stereo system and hook the source output to the input of your stereo. Source being (dvd, cable box). In that case you need to turn off the internal speakers on the TV and just run it through your home stereo system.
The first thing I would do if there is any other way to check audio like head phones or aux out to stereo try, this may tell if you have a bad audio chord, not sure exactly how your set up is but a bad chord our improper jack connection might be the answear, good luck ! Bret
Yes you can provided your tv-has a headphone jack. Just plug in any regular computer speakers or the like into the headphones jack and the audio output would be switched to external speakers automatically. On the contrary if your tv does not have a headphone jack then you will need to obtain a home-theatre system and connect the stereo audio out ports to the audio in of the home theatre system. They have become very affordable these days and I have seen a Philips home theatre system(2.1) starting at around 120$.
Speakers can cause problems with the correct display of video on TVs but usuall it only concerns direct view tv. Projectors should not have any problems or flat screens. I think you have a different problem Explain better what you mean by distortion in the JVC. Let me know and I will try to help you.
All the Vizio flat-panels I've seen have ext. line outs to run into home theater/ stereo systems, not all have the external speaker jacks. Either use powered speakers or run through an amplifier. The cable has nothing to do with the audio.