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Low Volume from headphone jack...

I am using a small 4 ohm remote speaker plugged into the headphone jack for private listening in bed and the volume is sometimes very soft...even at full volume. The extension wire for it is about 20' long and is 16 gauge copper wire.
My question is: Would using a different 8 ohm speaker increase the volume if I used that instead in the headphone jack???
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PC
Morris, IL

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  • nrthwds Jul 24, 2008

    Thank You for your quick reply.... I thought the model # was included.



    It is a Durabrand Model DWT2405 24"TV with mono headphone jack.



    Thanks

    PC

  • Jaime Hernandez May 11, 2010

    What is the model of your TV?

    In some TVs the volume control for the headphones is not the same that controls the speakers.

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I do not think that this TV does not have a separate circuitry with its volume control for the earphone. If your earphone is mono, are you using a plug that is mono to connect the speaker?
Try using AWG 20 if you could to see if that helps.
Good Luck.

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