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Speaker hookup on back of tv

Using right and left audio hook ups - how do I do this? the speakers are good and are plugged in the back. I think I need to do something with the remote control? Can you help. I want to print out directions.

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  • hendricksonc Jan 02, 2009

    give me directions, please

  • hendricksonc Jan 02, 2009

    give me diagram of remote control hook up on this tv

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I looked up the specs on your TV and Toshiba says that all of the A/V jacks on it are inputs. It doesn't list any outputs for external speakers other than the Coax digital output jack for surround sound systems. This would explain why you don't get any sound. The website where I got this information is as follows...

http://www.tacp.toshiba.com/televisions/product.asp?model=mw24fp1

Sorry for the bad news.

Posted on Jan 02, 2009

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