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Old JVC TV speakers failed. How do I set up to external speakers. I have DirecTv and DVD online now.

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Submitted : 2018-06-15 16:14:12    Popularity:     

Tags: speakers  failed  JVC  TV  set  

Update: That is, the speakers on my 12-year old JVC TV failed...

Answers:

If your DirectTV box has outputs on it, you can plug external speakers into it.

failing the physical speakers of the tv is rare... maybe ..
the sound output IC or its B+ was damaged ..
ask mr engineer to check them ..

if the tv has AUDIO OUT ports you may use them ...with a pc speakers set ....

You can connect external speakers with amp or pc speakers directly to your cable box. If you have a higher model tv it should at least have analog outputs. Not knowing what tv you have who knows.

You said old tv so that must be those dinosaur tvs. There is no excuse to insist on staying with these tvs when new ones are super cheap.

Very few TVs have connections for external speakers.


It is very unlikely that a speaker would fail at all,
and even less likely that two would fail at the same time.

Much more likely is a failure of an electrolytic capacitor in the audio section,
which could be economically replaced by a repair shop.
Such a part usually costs between 80 cents and $5 by itself.
Most of the cost of a cure would be labour.

Another possibility is failure of the audio output IC,
something that would cost more than a capacitor but still not an awful lot.


If the TV has an audio output at all, it is probably line level (which is preferable),
or it may be a headphone jack.

Either of those can be connected to a line level input
(aux, CD, tape playback, etc.) on a receiver,
which can be used to drive speakers.


Consult the Owner's Manual for the TV for details on its connections.

If necessary, find a local expert who can help you in person.



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