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Try to use external speaker. connect it where you usually connect your head and check if it work . If ever the external speaker will work it only means that the problem is your headset ( defective )If in case the external speaker will not work it means the problem is the terminal ( the port where the headset or external speaker connection )
Most of the TV's do not have a speaker output and so you will need to open the set and take the speaker connect to be meshed along with a impedance matching.
You can connect with a switch wherein the TV speakers can be switched OFF and the external speaker connected . If not the external speaker if connected in parallel must not bring down the impedance to a lower level not supported by the output IC.
The other option is to use the output AV to connect to an amplifier and speaker. ( Your Audio system)
As you can see in the user manual, this TV does not have connectors for the external speakers.
It has Headphone out (not strong enough to drive the speakers) and audio line level outputs (not for driving speakers either).
So for you to use the external speakers, you will need a small amplifier that will accept the signals from the headphone or audio line out from the TV to drive your speakers.
As you can see, it will not be easy setup if you do not like to have extra component installed.
You can look for small amp at Radio Shack.
I hope I explain it clear enough without confusing you.
Please leave rating if it helps.
Try stripping the speaker wires and exposing it about 1 inch. Then connect the speaker wires in a way that the part that grips or holds the wires touches the metal part and not the insulation. If there's still no sound, Please check the external speakers to see if it's working by using them in another device like a home system or audio player or maybe another tv that has an external speaker port. If not, mostly likely the switches are defective and needs replacement by a qualified technician.
hi, it does need a set of external speakers , if you intend playing music it will sound better if you buy a 2.1 setup ( 2 small speakers and a subwoofer) you can purchase reasonable ones for around £25 , if not playing music or games with sound effects then opt for a simple 2 speaker setup , plug the mini 3.5mm jack plug from the speakers into the green jack socket . hope this helps
On acer laptop you have already speakers. but you want to connect external speakers then please find that three conector in your laptop and connect you external speakers on one of them. please try each connector and you are able to connect external speaker.