My panasonic SC-HT720 shuts down if i raise the volume to high, someone told me the system is done, but can I just replace one part and chuck the whole system. Is a good system I hate to just chuck it.
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In your scenario the TV has nothing to do with the ANY audio you hear from your speakers. It's an audio output, not a sound source as you have it hooked up. RCA cables wouldn't carry multichannel audio anyway.
Don't. Or do so with the understanding that damage may result to the speakers or the new receiver. Theater Systems are not designed to be mixed and matched like true separate audio components. This unit's amplifiers and speakers are rated at 3-ohms. The speakers may present an unusually low impedance to the new amplifier, which, if it's a 'standard' amp, will probably be spec'd for 6-ohm or higher loads. Not knowing to what receiver you want to connect them: IF you want to try it, don't destroy the existing speaker connectors; instead, get some standard speaker wire or lampcord (the cheapest option) and decide for each speaker wire which of the two conductors you want to be plus and which will be minus. It really doesn't matter which is which as long as you have consistency throughout the listening room. Mark Plus on each end of the designated Plus conductor. (I usually just separate the two conductors up the middle of the insulation and tie a small knot in the Plus). Attach each speaker to its corresponding channel of the new receiver, keeping the plus minus pattern in mind. Start with VERY LOW VOLUME and listen for any strain or distress in either the speakers or the amp. Don't be surprised if the amp shuts down to protect itself at high volume levels. If you smell smoke, it's too late.