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Is it possible to hook this system to my DVD

I do not want to hook the system to my computer but would rather have it hooked to my DVD or big screen TV. Is this possible? If so, what kind of cables do I need? Thank for any help... JR

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Re: Is it possible to hook this system to my DVD

If you have RCA outputs on the Logitech Z-5300 then just plug the rca leads into your video or tv's audio out's

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