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Re: - external speaker hook up
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Depends. What are you hooking external speakers to? Car radio? If the speakers do not exceed the output of the radio, you can directly hook speakers up to the radio by connecting 2 wires. If they do exceed the radio output, you will need an amplifyer.
I have 2 Samsung's. One is a series 3 one is a series 5. Both are very similar in the setup so I hope this is helpful. I have both tv's hooked up to external speakers.
First step is to figure out what kind of connect you will use. There is a 3.5mm Jack on the back of the Samsung models the is labeled as EXT. There is also the Optical cable port which will give you better sound. So you need to see which of the ports your speaker system has.
Second go into your menu - speaker settings - and at the bottom it will give you the option to use external speakers. Choose that.
Now that should be all you need to set your tv up for external speakers.
I changed my audio equalizer setting to "POP" and I got much more
pronounced separation. Also, make sure the SURROUND is set to "ON" in
your settings or simply hit the SURROUND button on the remote that came
with the TV.
The "AUDIO OUT" jacks on this set apparently only work when the input is
set to "TV". I wanted to hook a couple of external speakers up as well
and found they would not work when hooked up to HDMI to a cable box. I
mean how many people by a large flat screen like this if they don't want
to view HD? Like about zero! The AUDIO OUT works only when TV is
selected for INPUT
A work around is to use the headphone jack and hook a couple of external speakers up to that.
If you want to go for a higher end home theater sound bar system so that
you can route both DVD and CABLE box through it via multiple HDMI's you
can choose from SONY, Phillips etc.
I wrote to Sharp about the AUDIO OUT issue. It's rediculous that they
only work when TV is selected for input. But you might try using the
heaphone jack alternative if you find a set of speakers that sound good
to you. Hope this helps.
if there are jacks in the back of your sanyo you can hook up 2 speakers if your sanyo do not have external audio RCA jacks for speakers...you will need a home entertainment receiver to hook up the 2 -7 speakers...
Bring up the TV menu on screen by pushing the menu button on the remote that came with the TV, access the audio menu or you may have to select the set up menu(different TVs have different menu systems) but what you want to look for is make sure the TV speakers are turned "ON" TVs of today give you the option to have the TV speakers "ON" or "OFF". If all is well there, in order to connect external speakers to your TV you would have to send the audio signal out of the TV to an audio receiver/amp by way of RCA style patch cords. TVs these days do not have an internal amp that is capable of powering external speakers, that is why you do not see speaker wire terminals on the back of your TV. Good luck !
Chances the Audio L/R are line level (can not drive speakers) other than they can either be output or inputs. If they are inputs, they are connected to a source such as a DVD player or if they are outputs, connects to an external amplifier where external speakers maybe connected.
hope this be of some help/idea. Post should you need additional information.
Good luck and kind regards.