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Hooking up to tv

Is this possible? Manual says nothing about hooking to tv but I am technically challenged so if there is a way please let me know.

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Check any 'Audio In' pins at rear of hifi unit and hook 'TV Audio Out' pins there and select Aux or Video input to have TV sound in this unit.

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