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02-Jan-2005, 01:46 PM #1
hooking up stereo speakers to a tv
hey, guys. this has nothing to do w/ computers, but my dilemma is still electronic, so i thought i'd ask you. i currently have a stereo system w/ six speakers attached. the stereo sits in my entertainment center next to my tv w/ the speakers all around it, and i would really like to hook the speakers to my tv. but i'm not sure how to do it. the stereo has no a/v jack on the back, so i don't even know if it's possible, but if anyone can help me or direct me to a how to site or something, i'd greatly appreciate it.
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02-Jan-2005, 02:04 PM #2
If there are no a/v jacks, then I don't think it's possible. That seems pretty odd though.
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02-Jan-2005, 02:05 PM #3
First you should check that the TV has an audio signal out. If it doesn't that would require going inside and tapping into the circuit to get the signal.

I did this on my old TV, it had an external audio jack out. Just ran a shielded cable between the TV and went into the stereo using the AUX input. Your typical stereo should have both a Phono and AUX input jack.

It was the same deal, stereo had a very complete speaker system attached, on mine, I can even use my home control system to shift the signal around to speakers in many rooms. Duh, no TV pic's but can listen to the TV.
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