Question about Philips Magnavox 20MT133S 20" TV
Okay I have had this tv for about a year and now the sound has gone bad on it, the sound is no longer sharp and is just, well for lack of a better word "smooshed" toghether. What is wrong and how would i replace the speakers. I really don't want to get a new tv because this ones been in the family for a while, Its a Magnavox Solid State Videomatic 25" Color/Black&White Console Tv from either the late 60s or early 70s with VHF and UHF knobs and is NOT remote controlled
This set is likely due for a digital upgrade. Feb. 8, 2009 is the last date tha any analog broadcast transmission. some kind of receiver [digital conversion , cable or satelite box] will be required. some sets can take analog cable & then be OK.
I'm not sure that it is the speakers that have gone bad.
Possible workaround: any audio out jacks on this set?
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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Cannot offer solution but my mine has also gone bad. At first a black shadow appeared on the left side of the screen. Took it to the authorized service center. they kept it a few days, said nothing could be done. Used it anyway for the next 5 years when suddenly it went black (or sometimes blue) after working perfectly for the first 5 minutes. A sharp rap next to the right speaker fixed it a few times, but no more. Good luck.
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