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Hooking up external speakers to Sansui HDLCDVD320

I have a sound system through out the house and had my old TV pulled into the speakers via a Denon AVR-3300 Receiver. Worked well. The new TV (Sansui) will not play through the speakers and I can not find audio "out" plugs on the TV to plug into.

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I'm sorry, but the Sansui HDLCDVD320 has no analog audio out jacks. If you have a cable or sat box, etc, you might be able to get audio from their outputs. I hope this helps you.

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