The audio system has to be turned up all the way before you can hear the sound in a very low tone. I changed the speaker with the same ohms and watts, but this didn't fix the problem. What could be the problem?
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ok try unplugging tv then hold the power button in for 20 seconds then plug tv in and turn it on. Had a rca do this to me (tubed 32in) before I did this fix I ran audio out from vcr to an amp via rca cable audio out
As long as your television has an audio output on the back of the tv (usually white and red plugs (RCA connections)) you can connect it to any stereo system with an auxillary input. I have a very small mini system which has inputs so they're available on all sorts of systems.
TV speakers are usually small and have a low nominal output. They don't cover a large frequency range.
If you can find a sound system with a graphic equalizer (these are usually digital now) you should be able to tweak it to your tastes.
Hope this helps
The echo you hear is the audio delay between your TV speakers and Bose speakers. Muting (or lowering the volume) on the TV will eliminate the echo. Some TVs have a setting to turn of TV speakers entirely, allowing you to listen to your TVs audio strictly through your Bose system.
Hi there could be more problem then speakers. this tv could have a bad audio ic or capacitor which would cause same problem
But you could use a generic speaker here is a company that sells lots of tv part that consumers could use mcm electronics ,com
go to a channel that will let you turn tv sound down to zero. then turn tv to channel block asking for password. next on the tv hold the volume down button and at the same time hold down the number 0 on the remote. It should unlock
The on-screen menu appears only when the selected source
is DVD or VCD on the DVD/VCD/CD player and the disc
is in the slot and NOT PLAYING.
On the remote control ONLY:
1. Press CHOICE (it should work now)
LANGUAGE menu appears.
2 Press Cursor to move to the
menu you want? which is AUDIO
Selected item changes its color to green.
1. Display EXPERT SPEAKER SETTING menu.
2. Press Cursor to select ?TEST TONE,?
then press ENTER.
?TEST TONE? changes its color to green and test tone
comes out of in the following sequence?left front speaker,
center speaker, right front speaker, right rear speaker, and
left rear speaker.
? Test tone is output only when the tray loaded with a DVD is
selected, but not playing.
3. Press Cursor to move to ?C.SPK?
LEVEL? or ?R.SPK?LEVEL,? then press ENTER.
4. Press Cursor to adjust the output level, then
? You can adjust the output level from ??6 dB? to ?+6 dB.?
5. Repeat steps 3 and 4 to adjust the other speaker output
6. Press Cursor to select ?TEST TONE,?
then press ENTER.
Test tone stops.
7. When finished, press Cursor to move
to ?EXIT,? then press ENTER.
EXPERT SPEAKER SETTING menu disappears.
I hope this helps you, please let us know.