The red and white RCA jacks are fixed outputs, meaning that the volume level adjusted on the television doesn't have any effect on the volume sent out through the RCA jacks.
What might you try if you just want to add a little extra volume to your experience "without breaking the bank", so to speak, is to purchase a small bookshelf system or portable radio that has an AUX RCA (red and white audio input) and a remote and control your volume through that.
Does that help?
Hi, Decided to jump into the 21st century and bought a 7090 series TV. The sound is a bit tinny and i have realied i need external speakers, i have a set that are decent that i use for my ipod dock. The speaker lead have a Red & white connector at the speaker end and a headphone jack at the other. Q1 - How do i connect this to the TV.
Q2 - If i do this successfully do i have to switch the TV internal speakers off meaning that i cannot control the volume by the remote?
Overall, am i best to invest in an amplifier and just go the whole hog?