How to connect speakers from Sony HCD-DZ520K DVD Receiver to Samsung UA32D6000SR XZN TV directly?

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How to connect speakers from Sony HCD-DZ520K DVD Receiver to Samsung UA32D6000SR XZN TV directly?
The problem with the TV is that it's native speakers are malfunctioning. There is a big roaring sound when I switch on the TV. I cant say for sure if it's both the speakers or just one of them.
So now, I have connected it to the Sony home DVD receiver. The 5.1 speakers are connected to the receiver and the receiver is connected to the TV via AV cable. The problem here is its making a lot of static noise even at moderate volumes. I tried an AV to aux adapter too and the static just increased. Moreover, everytime I have to watch TV, I have to switch on the TV and the DVD receiver and keep it on low volume to peacefully watch anything.
Now my query here is is there a way to connect the 5.1 speakers directly to the TV bypassing the DVD receiver? I came across a few ideas to use an adapter to connect via aux, but reviews said the 5.1 will be reduced to a 2 channel output. Is there an adapter that still maintains 5.1 quality? Finally, (seemingly desperate) is it possible to open up the TV and merge the wires to the TV's speaker wires?
Thank you for your help in advance
 
I don't think you will be able to get it repaired at a price that makes any sense. I would not worry about trying to use the old speakers. Since the unit you have probably contains the amp for the sub built in you can't use a standard AVR which assumes that amp is in the sub itself. That means you would have to get an AVR and amp for the sub. The only reason to do it this way is if you really want to eventually replace the speakers too but don't have the money right now.
 
Speakers need an amplifier, and your Sony acts as such. While in the past there were TV with speaker terminals, I doubt your Samsung has any.

Find the reason for that static noise when connected thru the receiver. Use optical connection to avoid noise (and this is the only way to get 5.1 sound anyway). Connecting thru "aux" gives you stereo only.
 
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Thanks for the reply. Coincidentally, I have a new problem now. The Sony DVD player is also malfunctioning. The LED screen just says "PRESS POWER PROTECTOR" So, I'm guessing, if I cant get it repaired, I would need an amplifier device. :(
 
I don't think you will be able to get it repaired at a price that makes any sense. I would not worry about trying to use the old speakers. Since the unit you have probably contains the amp for the sub built in you can't use a standard AVR which assumes that amp is in the sub itself. That means you would have to get an AVR and amp for the sub. The only reason to do it this way is if you really want to eventually replace the speakers too but don't have the money right now.
 
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