First, you should know that the television picture is AM or amplitude modulated, meaning that the picture is subject to "static" noise from lightning and other sources of external electrical noise. However, the television sound is FM or frequency modulated and is mostly immune to static or noise from OUTSIDE sources such as motor switching or fluorescent lights and lightning. So if you are experiencing "static" on your television sound it is probably from an internal condition, inside the television itself. Depending on the type of "static", the cause could be the audio amplifier inside the television malfunctioning or even breaking down. A qualified repair person could fix this, although it may cost more than the television is worth. Also, the slide-on wires to the speaker terminals could be dirty. These can be cleaned by an abrasive like scotch brite. Check all speaker connections if you can safely reach them with the television unplugged from power.
If the picture is "snowy" you have the TV on the wrong station.
static electricity is static electricity
Speakers generate sound by electricity. have you ever heard that static on your tv headphones? that's the transmitter trying to connect to the tv. The elecricity travels to the speakers and 'tells' them what to do. it then emits your average sound.
Static Television was created on 2006-10-16.
Remove the Dell back cover from LCD TV to expose the Speaker connectorTurn off the power to the LCD TVDisconnect the power cordConnect the speaker wire with the proper "left" and "right" indicationConnect the red wire to the "+" polarityConnect the black wire to the "-" polarityUsing a screwdriver, remove the speaker pedestal screws.Connect the speaker to the LCD TV using the provided speaker mounting bracket (as shown above).Thumb screw the bracket to the back of the LCD TV and the Speaker. NOTICE - Do not connect the thumb screw too tightly as it could cause damage to the speakers and LCD TV.When relocating the LCD TV, do not carry the LCD TV by the speakers as this could potentially damage both the speakers and LCD TV.
Yes, static electricity is dangerous if it is sufficiently large.For example, lightning is a form of static electricity.A tv is also a static charge.
Static media is moving pictures, like television.
Easy. You use the static to bribe the T.V. back to life.
To remove a magnet in a speaker, first detach the grill in the front of the speaker, second unscrew the speaker after that remove the speaker from the cabinet and cut the speaker cone. Lastly, gently discard the magnet from the speaker cone.
Hit it with a wrench.