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If they're just basic speakers from a stereo system, then you can't connect them directly. The TV doesn't have the sockets nor the power to drive them. You need an amplifier.
For stereo PC speakers, if the TV has a headphone jack socket then you can use that. If it doesn't have that socket, then you'll need to use the TV's optical connection on the back of the TV with an optical to analogue converter box. Amazon does the Cable Mountain box for under 10 quid. This will convert the light signal in to an electrical stereo signal that the PC speakers will understand.
One issue going for PC speakers is that they rarely come with remote control. The volume can't be controlled via the TV's optical out. So you'll have to get up and change volume from the speaker's control instead.
Hey mate is there a set button on your remote? or similar type of command, if so, turn the tv on by its main on/off button on the tv itself then stand back and point the remote at the tv, now press the SET button down for a few seconds, if you see a flashing light on your remote this means it is searching for a IR signal, cool now just keep pressing the on/off button on the remote say every 2 seconds, as soon as your TV turns OFF press the SET button on your remote and hopefully it should be tuned in and you can use the remote to turn your TV back on and play with menu and stuff. If this worked dude you can join my... getting a remote to work easy club .
First thing if there's a TV Button they pushing cause someone might of pushed the SAT or. DVD button. If that don't work check your battery's. some times I tap mine for hand hand lightly and then it works Good luck
Your television has generally several receiving modes...such as video 1/2, cable, dvd , satellite, ext antennae. So make sure that it is set on external antennae. Then you will probably need to program in the stations that it is receiving again.. Meaning that ..before bought and installed this product your tv only recognized the channels with reception..now you need to run a new channel scan.. One last thing make sure vcr/dvd/tv button on any other devices you have is in the TV position..or if it is not make sure the signal amp is going into the input plug in the back of that device...rather than directly into the back of your tv... I think the combination of these things will solve your problem. good luck
Start * Contol Panel * Performance and Maintenance * Administrative Tools * Services * Smart Card( check if its active and started manually) * If not click twice and start it ,then click ok. * Reboot your computer (I shut it down holding the main button in for a few sec) If thats ok, remove the cables from the motherboard. Boot the pc, shutdown, reconnect the cables & reboot.
There should be a diagram entitled "adding and amplifier to a factory stereo" in the owner/install manual of the high to low convertor. You need to signal tap some audio signal from your front or rear stock speakers in the car and those wires need hook up to the high to low convertor's input side. From the convertor you connect RCAs that go to your amp. In other words find your rear speaker wires and hook them to your adapter then hook up the rca wires