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Typically surround sound is run through a receiver or stereo. The sound from the tv is carried to the receiver by cables (hdmi or Audio-Video connected to input area of receiver). Then the speakers are connected to the output area of the receiver. If you are not using a receiver, then the speakers must be able to connect directly to the tv and you have to see what kind of cabling your tv supports.
This unit is just a 5 disc CD player and cannot drive large speakers all by itself. Normally it is hooked up to a stereo receiver / amplifier which is what provides the power to drive the speakers which are wired to the back of the stereo amplifier.
If you have a home stereo, then just run the cables from the 2 AUDIO OUT connectors on the back of your CD player to the CD IN connectors on the back of your stereo.
Then turn your stereo on and select CD on your stereo input mode selector and you should be able to play the cds on your RCA and hear them through the stereo speakers.
If you do not have a stereo amplifier with speakers to connect it to, then you can always listen to it through headphones connected to the headphone jack.
Or if you have a set of self powered amplified speakers, like the kind you hook up to a computer, then you can run the AUDIO OUT cable from your cd player into those as well.
Would need to kow what kind of car you have to be able to tell you but a quick way to find out is to take a AA battery and hook up the neg and positive wire from the speaker to it to see which speaker it is. If you are trying to figure out which wires from the unit are for which speakers, then take a speaker's (one that you know the location of in the vehicle) wires and hook them up to a set of wires from the unit and adjust the fade (front, back, left, right) to figure out which position those wires are for. If this doesn't help any let me know what kind of car you have and I'll see if I can help further.
They have all kinds of wiring diagrams. Be careful.... Car systems are designed to handle certain number of speakers and resistance (ohms). Hooking up more speakers without the proper amplifiers can damage your cars radio.
Most if not all external speakers for 2way radios just uses two wires to 2 pins going to a mono baby phone plug. There are some models/versions that uses proprietary connector but very seldom.
The connection is similar to a mono earphone except of course that instead of an earpiece, it uses a speaker/enclosure.
Hope this be of some help/information. Post back should you need additional information and pls include brand/model of the radio.
Good luck and kind regards.