Question about Westinghouse LTV-19w6 Television
Go to menu, use ch. keys and click audio, use vol. keys to go to sub-menu, when sub-menu appears, use ch. key and click down to the tv speakers under heading "speakers", turn them "off". On left side in the back are the audio plugins, the top two under the s-video plugin, red on top, white next down are the two audio speakers rca jacks. Plug your external speakers, like the ones that you'd buy for a computer, in those two. The manual does not say if you plug speakers in these jacks the tv's builtin speakers will be cut off, but this tv I got was being used for a computer monitor and the tv's speakers were turned off from the menu, so I guess plugging in external speakers does not turn off the tv's speakers and would interfer with the external speakers. I suppose you could try it both ways and see, leave the tv's speakers "on" and plug in externals and see if they are turned off automatically.
Posted on Jun 10, 2010
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