Question about Naxa Electronics NX-545 20 in. LCD TV
When I use the headphone output jack (to drive a powered subwoofer), the default internal speaker audio output is automatically disabled, leaving me with only the subwoofer output. How can I use both the internal speaker audio and the headphone outputs simultaneously?
Your best option is to use a seperate amp with sub output from the audio outputs on the back of your TV. use this amp to power the sub and a good pair of speakers, and you'll have quality sound.
It is possible to prevent the TV's internal speakers from cutting when you use the headphone socket, but it means going inside your TV, and if your not skilled, you can easily blow your TV (and yourself) up. You just need to re-wire the headphone socket on the TV to stop it cutting the internal spaekers.
Posted on Oct 06, 2009
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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