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Re: Speakers went out
Unfortunately you will need to take this to a service shop, as this would not be a simple fix. Make sure you get a quote first, so you can decide if it is just as much money to buy a new TV instead of repairing the old one. Also remember that an older TV will have more things going out as time goes on, so even if the newer TV is a little more money - it would be the best investment for you and likely improve your viewing quality as well.
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Depending on the model TV, there may be a switch on the back to turn the speakers off, or there may a choice on the audio on-screen menu to turn them off. Not all sets allow you to turn the speakers off, but you can always mute the sound, although this sometimes leaves the word "MUTE" on the screen to remind you. You can also just turn the volume all the way down on the TV. If you're using the AV inputs on the TV with a device like a DVD player, another option is to connect the video only to the TV, and feed the audio to the amplifier providing surround sound. Then the TV speakers won't be used at all.
if you have a pair of phono connections (red and white) on the rear marked audio out, connect them to the aux in on the surround system and select the aux output on the surround to get the sound from the tv. failing that connect to scart 2 as this should give audio out via the scart cable and select tv on the suround to get sound.
I have a wharfedale 32 HD Ready didital LCD TV and the headphone socket does not seem to work...have used four working headphones that work on Ipods and Hi Fi but they do not work on TV is this a tv fault or do I need a mono small jack on headphone ?
1. are you using an external cable/satellite box. if the answer is yes , verify if you have the audio out of the reciver connected to a surround sound system If you do have it connected to a surround sound system , verify the surround sound systems volume is up and on the correct source input on the surround sound system
2. if you do not have a external cable/satellite box and and or your not using a surround sound system, and the cable line is connected directly to the television via a coax cable.. then verify that in the audio settings configuration of the telivision you have not accidentally disabled the internal speakers, some tvs have this option , please consult your manual.
tart checking the cable connection to receiver, try moving or replacing cables.
If you have a surround with external speakers check surround connection cable and speakers wiring.
If the cables are OK, then the unit may be faulty.
that case the fault can be either the audio board (often audio circuit
is integrated on the main board) , or the sinput output signal board. Also a contact on connection to internal speakers can give you same problem.
I own the same model of tv and have owned it for over 1.5 years. I moved with it twice. I had this problem about a month ago. On both vertical sides the screen became very fuzzy, yet the center remained clear. When turning the tv off and on I also noticed very wierd red, green, and blue lines streaming across the screen before the picture comes up or after it fades. I found no solution or cause to the problem. But I had two "long-boy" speakers from my panisonic 5.1 surround sound system setup right next the tv on either side. I set the center channel on top of the tv with the receiver on the shelf below. I thought well maybe some how the speakers were cause some sort problem in the tv. I moved the side "long-boy" speakers from directly next to the tv to about 6" away and removed the center speaker from the top of the tv. After several days of normal use of this configuration, the tv turned like normal and the fuzzy edges were gone. The symptoms lasted for around two weeks, and the several days after I moved my speakers. My only guess is that without a deguassing feature, it took several days for the magnitism to return to normal after repositioning my speakers.
I spent hte whole day moving my girlfriend and the only thing I got out of it was a TV with no sound coming out of it. I turned the speakers "on" in the menu screen, then i used the speaker output of the tv to a stereo or a couple of cheap speakers. Or connect 1 speaker and set the tv to mono. Hopefully your tv has some form of audio out besides the built in speakers. Good Luck