Question about Philips SWA2035 - Audio adapter - mini-phone stereo 3.5 mm Headphones
There is a possibility that the jack in the T.V. is wired for mono and the plug you are using is stereo. This means that the stereo plug would short circuit the jack and affect the output stage of the sound. These jacks were used on older T.V.s. Go to your local electronics store and see if they can sell you an adapter to convert the stereo plug to a mono one. Check your manual for the T.V. first to make sure that this is indeed the case. Hope this helps.
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