Question about Samsung TXH1970 TV
I have had your problem in the past. Some models, like yours, just don't have the guts to put out big sound.
Back in 80's I had an uncle who was older and had bad hearing and he purchased a top notch Sony and was mad that he could not hear the TV even though the neighbors could hear it fine. He called Sony so many times that they actually sent out a none Sony service tech to have a external high efficiency speaker in a separate enclosure installed. All the tech did was that he ran the internal speaker wires out to the external speaker. Sounded great and we used that very same TV and speaker for 18 years.
So short of doing the soldering work and having to open your TV to run an external speaker. I would opt to run the audio outs from the TV (If it has them) to a receiver and let it power a set of speakers. That would produce a much higher quality and more powerful sound. The age of your TV means that you are using either some type of cable, satellite or a digital over the air box and they all will have the audio outs needed to get the sound to the receiver.
Posted on Sep 08, 2010
The audio section of our TVs is often combined in a single integrated circuit. You can buy these with differing degrees of gain and power and some sets are built to sell at a certain price level so cost-cuts are made in areas like this. There is not normally any internal controls that can limit or raise the sound level.
What you might consider: Check front and back to see if you find the standard 3.5 millimeter 'headphone jack.'
If so, check at any department store or computer outlet for a pair of 'stereo speakers' intended for desktop computers. These are amplified by an internal amplifier in one side and the other side is plugged into the main speaker. These sets are small and cheap; often under $20 although they range upward to $100s as well. If you just want more volume, these will provide it, but the cheapest are no 'hifi' by any means.
The link below to eBay will show you a typical set of these with a 3.5mm plug and the power ratings are at least believable; many are not.
Posted on Sep 08, 2010
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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