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any if not all, depends how much you want to pay. honestly, i'm not looking at the specs of your tv, but requirements: headphone out, or other audio out. the transmitter of the wireless headphones must match to one of those outputs. an adapter plug (image attached) is needed if transmitter can not be plugged directly into the headphone jack, the other end should match the transmitter plug.
If you have the older TV with a CRT, here is my answer. By now this TV has a loose capacitor. The capacitor will not have any solder around the pin for a proper ground. Next, there may be a large power resistor that is not attached to the board as for the same reason as the capacitor mentioned. I have not repaired your TV model, but experience tells me what to do. You asked, so I'm sharing. These are just one of many grounds. You will need to solder the vertical IC, Horizontal transistor, horizontal transformer, flyback transformer etc. You will have to inspect the board for any and all solder grounds. Also, be sure to resolder the small board that is attatched to the CRT (pull this board off carefully and then solder). You should not have to purchase any parts, resoldering will bring it back to life.
Hi Renee, I am more than happy to help you with connecting your DISH receiver to your TV. What type of TV do you have, SD or HD? What is the model number on the receiver in the home? You should see the model number on the front bottom left of the receiver. I will provide you our link for connection with an RCA cable: http://www.mydish.com/support/receiver-tv1-rca
Part number is required only if you are ordering with the company and here in this case you can specify the model number as the data base is available with them. Otherwise the flyback/ line output transformer can be removed and taken to any spares shop to be identified for the replacement.
i cannot find that model number anywhere, but most monitors do not have speakers attached to them. check the back of the computer and see if there is a cable that looks like a headphone cable or a hole that looks like a headphone cable can be plugged into it. if none of these, then no monitor.