Although I have neither a suitable TV, nor tape deck, I can't throw it away.
It was purchased for my children for Christmas 1983 and cost £200. It was purchased in September, to give us a chance to type in the basic code from magazines so they could play the games on Christmas day. In 1984, I met John Morrison, a machine code programmer who supplied me with a monitor, assembler and dis-assembler cartridge and taught me to program in 6809. I also learned, 6502 and Z80 on machines acquired later.
I owe this machine a lot.
You can pick up a suitable TV on freecycle or equivalent surely?
As for tape drive, that is another matter. I did try the hifi once, with the speakers set to mute. Tried all sorts of volume levels. Then accidentally turned the mute off. My father, who was having a doze almost killed me! (Well, it gave him a massive "start" anyway).