Question about Televison & Video
I know it's the jack--only one channel plays: Moving the tip around--the alternate channel plays. Maybe I'll attempt crude-tool "gumby-pokey, bendy," first! Foiled again by a cheap PRC part--the weakest link in what's proven an otherwise pretty satisfying, old LCD TV. I suppose that I must unscrew, enter--solder out, toss, solder in the replacement, and test out: There isn't an easier way? What I think I'll do is to obtain an external, wired (shielded) jack which will dangle out from the side--this then would prove far easier to manage in the future. (How efficient!: I answer my own question!) Does anybody offer any tips to simplify?: Any tips to avoid replace or mod? (The RCA jacks on the back don't allow HDMI use, of course. Yeah, I might instead convert the coaxial output (or optical-I can't remember--maybe both are available I don't care)--more wires, another used, covered outlet, vampire current, more complexity. The jack ideally should actually function nominally, nonetheless.) I'll visit RS in a few, first--I suppose. (Yeah, the co. survived--restructuring instead of liquidating. Arduino is saving the co.) Thanks! I like the idea of dongle--maybe with extended wires--hummm--perhaps that isn't necessary--just replace innnards in the removable, unscrewed shielding and solder there--that depends....) Thanks!: Too often these days many of us rely upon this cheapo, PRC part--a part proving hardly an afterthought--a part generally never invoked at all!
Sounds like you've got it figured out
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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It would be less trouble to disable the internal speakers from the television's setup menu and connect to a set of powered speakers or a receiver using the built-in audio outputs. It will be a challenge to get good sound quality and levels from the headphone jack.
Posted on Apr 26, 2008
Coaxial digital output is not a speaker-level signal, and you don't connect speakers directly to it. It's an output signal meant to feed an amplifier which takes that kind of input. You then connect the speakers to the amp and select the digital input, the same as you connect a CD player and select that when you want play a disc.
Posted on Feb 13, 2009
that is the simplest way. please rate, thanks and have a good day
Posted on Aug 25, 2009
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I hope 3.5mm to twin phono would have plugged in headphone jack of PC to get sound for TV, right?
Reduce PC volume level up to zero and increase it very little bit to get sound in TV.
TV is getting excessive sound level from headphone jack and causing mute circuit to activate to avoid any internal damage.
Posted on Sep 26, 2009
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