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The NAD from what I've seen of the back of it has no digital audio inputs. So unless the TV has standard audio out RCA type connectors you will struggle. If it has a scart socket you can buy a scrat to phono converter. An image will be posted with this message.
However the NAD has only Dolby Surround. It has not got a Dolby Digital decoder so it can never produce the Dolby Digital sound used on DVD/Blue Ray discs or that found on HD TV broadcasts.
As you didn't say which TV model number, I can't say anything more except if it is an HD model and has digital sound connections you really need to upgrade your Receiver to one that has the latest features.
The red and black connectors are the right (red) and left channels for the speakers, so they should connect. However the sub needs a single RCA type phono socket, which should be marked "sub" etc. If it hasn't got one of them you will have problems connecting the powered sub.
You will need a cable with headphone jack (for mp3) and RCA left/right to connect to your NAD 320. You can connect to CD or AUX in the back and then you will need to change the input with remote or with on board buttons to CD or AUX depending where you plugged it.
Hello Disconnect all speakers and switch ON the set without any input connected, and see whether it heats up. A moderate heat is permissable, but should not over heat. If it overheats without any load or input connected, the set need service. OK.
Bear in mind that 901's require exclusive use of any amplifier they use. You shouldn't expect to use conventional speakers alongside them on the same amp. The reason is that the 901's require the use of their dedicated Active Equalizer to shape the frequency spectrun to match their drivers' response curves, resulting in a flat sound output. Applying that kind of equalization to any conventional speakers will sound to sharp at the extremes and may even potentially damage them.
For connection I would run a pair of RCA cables from the L&R Audio Line OUT of whatever preamp or source you're using to the Active EQ's Line IN; then the EQ's Line OUT to a NAD amp's Line IN. DEselect any Tape options on the Active EQ, attach the 901's to the new amp, set the NAD volume controls pretty high (and leave them alone), run through any level setup procedures in your control electronics for volume, etc and you're done.
Just came accross your post accidentically, while reparing my own C320BEE. May be it 's too late for you now, but it could help others: I had the very same symptoms as you described and after a long search found out that the trouble was R45 in one of the 18V regulators. (R45: 33 ohms 1/2W fuse resistor, situated more or less half-way between the two "metal towers" on the main board. Replace by a somewhat stronger type 1W or so.
You can use a 2 x male RCA to RCA female adaptor lead(what you need to ask for) like this one
use it to jumper your pre-out/main in connection on the rear, and connect an RCA lead to the Female socket on the adaptor lead. That will get you going. You can get them most places that sell electronic bits and peices. I am happy to answer any questionsa you may have