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Getting the speakers to work with the TV

Is there any way to hook up the system so when your watching the TV you have the surround sound instead of the TV's speaker?

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Yupp(depending on how old your stuff is) I will assume your using cable and using your tv to switch the channels. Look at the back of your tv there should be a audio output, plug some RCAs (red, and white) into the designated spot and now look on the back of your reciever, it should have a tv input, if not just a input. After that is done turn on the tv and put the reciever on the channel that you plugged it in. For example if you plugged the rcas into Tv input...then you would set the reciever to TV

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