At one point in time, when watching television, sound would likely come out of your speakers. You could adjust volume levels and select different input sources; but sometimes your speakers would suddenly stop working completely due to a power surge. A power surge occurs when there is an increase in voltage being transmitted to a device; they can cause other electrical devices connected to that circuit to malfunction as well. If your television begins acting oddly or shows signs of disconnections, inspect wires and connections first before rebooting it; otherwise consider purchasing a surge protector as soon as possible to prevent further issues from arising.
Will Speakers Cause Damage to LED TV Components? While speakers won’t directly damage the components in an LED television screen or other components, they can interfere with audio and video output by way of magnetic fields generated inside speakers that produce electromagnetic interference to other nearby electronic devices. It is thus wise to keep your speakers away from your television set.
When placed near a cathode ray tube TV, its electron beams used to produce images can become disturbed by magnetic fields created by speakers nearby, creating distortions or even stopping it from lighting phosphor lumps. While these distortions won’t last permanently, their frequent appearance indicates wear-and-tear components deterioration within the TV itself; for this reason it is advised not to place speakers near CRT TVs unless it has been demagnetized with degaussing coils first.
LED televisions do not use cathode ray tubes to display images on their screens, instead utilizing liquid crystal displays or electron beam backlighting technology for this task. Furthermore, backlighting creates images on these televisions.
If your TV picture appears distorted or has large blocks of blue, red, pink, and yellow pixels, this could be caused by a power surge. A power surge is simply an increase in voltage that could harm or destroy devices connected to its circuit – in this instance, unplugging and leaving unplugged for several minutes before rebooting before turning back on again may help restore proper functioning or reseting picture settings to optimize content viewing experience.
If the above tips don’t work, it could be that your TV has become seriously compromised and is dying. Instead of replacing it yourself, contact a professional so they can diagnose the problem and repair or replace as necessary. It would also be wise to invest in a power surge protector so as to limit any further problems in the future.