Question about Akai LCT2701TD Television
I have hooked up stereo RCA cables to my TV's audio out ports and plugged them into my home stereo receiver. The sound continues to come out of the TV's built-in speakers for all sources (cable, DVD, composite, component). Is there a setting I need to change in my menu, or is there something wrong with my TV?
You don't say whether you're successfully getting sound out of your stereo or not. I'll assume for the moment you are. Still getting sound out the TV is perfectly normal - RCA plugs have no mechanism for automatically disconnecting the built in speakers (in this respect, they're different from a headphone socket). Solution should simply be to press the mute button on the TV remote - although this will silence the TV speakers, you wouldn't normally expect it to affect the RCA output (failing that, just turn the TV volume control right down). A.
Posted on Apr 22, 2007
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