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New LG, old Sony...HELP =)

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#1
Hello there. Hope someone can advise me.

I have a LG BluRay home theater system, LHB335, as well as an old Sony stereo, HCD-441 (which, sadly, still sounds so much more awesome than the more modern LG system).

Question for you wizards...is there any way I can connect my old Sony speakers to this LG system & just add some more freaking sound?? The LG has been such a disappointment.

I'm not so adept at these things, but take instruction well! If you can help, I'd greatly appreciate it.

In advance, thanks if you can help!
=)
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#2
the speaker impedance will be different so no. i take it your home theatre is an all in one? if so the best route is to save your shekels for a seperate home theatre receiver and buy some decent speakers,including a powered sub.
#3
Eeek. I guess I just need to buy a new home theater system, the LG kind of bites.
So, thank you very very much for your help =)
#4
no problem,wish it was better news.
#5
Originally posted by aldan:
no problem,wish it was better news.
WOW, it actually worked. I got all "fix it!" & I just decided to get all renegade & finally plugged in my old Sony speakers from circa '96....they sound fantastic on the LG home theater system...

Sounds amazing! Totally compatible, it's great =)
#6
good deal.didnt think it would work as home theatre speakers are 3ohm resistance and yours are more likely 4 or 8.if they are 8 ohm i wouldnt think the output transistors would handle it long.but hell,if it works,use it till it drops.
#7
Originally posted by aldan:
good deal.didnt think it would work as home theatre speakers are 3ohm resistance and yours are more likely 4 or 8.if they are 8 ohm i wouldnt think the output transistors would handle it long.but hell,if it works,use it till it drops.
Yes, so I'm rocking on...but, really, thanks for actually being concerned! Lol.
I appreciate it =)
#8
no sweat.
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