Question about Sony KV-36FS100 36" TV
My speakers sound like they are going out. How hard is it to change them? Is it something I could do myself?
If you could find replacement speakers for this unit, which is probably not an easy task in itself, it would take some know-how and safety measures before you could likely do this yourself. Televsisions deal with Extremely high voltages internally and if you do not know what not to touch, you could find yourself very injured in no time at all... better bet is to simply purchase a small stereo of some sort that allows aux inputs and use this for your speakers instead of the tv speakers. probably cheaper than buying a tv, and hey, may even be worth the upgrade to a surround system of sorts...
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