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CONNECTING MY TV TO MY STEREO

I have recently purchased an LG TV and would like to connect it's audio via my Technics stereo processor model SH-EH760 (amp SA-EH760). I've purchased cables to connect teh audio on backof TV to stereo but nothing has happened: HELP

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  • Jody Sinex
    Jody Sinex May 11, 2010

    What type of cable did you purchase? Digital optical(TOSLINK), or RCA, or HDMI?

  • ilovemyboy20
    ilovemyboy20 Jan 04, 2013

    hi we have used redand white lead hooked upto tvand turned it onto external speakers still no sound comin from the stereoplease help.

  • Sapphire Chapple May 23, 2013

    please help me I cant connect my stereo to me tv its the dvd/ cd player technics please help me

  • Sapphire Chapple May 23, 2013

    or if anyone can send me a picture of what is suppose to go where that would be better

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Make sure the output in your tv menu is set to external speakers. Any digital optical cable, or RCA jacks hooked up properly from the TV's out put to the receivers input should work just fine. Take your time, retrace your steps, and make sure each cable is in the correct input/output. And make sure the receiver and TV are on the proper settings. Good Luck, and thanks for using FixYa!

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