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Ok i just found a brand new home theater speakers for dobly pro logic in the basement. its KLH rear and center channel loud speaker. can i just hook it up with my tv or do i need a subwoofer to attach it.

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If your tv has left and right wire output u can but if u dont have it u need to plug it in to a suround reciver

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