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Can't correctly connect speakers.

The TV went to the shop for repairs. We can't find our manual and have been unable to correctly reconnect. HELP.

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Just plug the transmitter into the headphone plug on the computer, tv, radio or whatever you're using, and then plug the transmitter & speakers into the walls. That's all!

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