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Surround sound hook up

Bewen trying to hook up a surround sound system i bought and there is a no go on that...has anyone else hooked one up and what ports or cables did you buy/use? how did you do it?

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Re: surround sound hook up

If you are trying to hook up your stereo to your tv here is how it goes you go out and buy an audio video cable which are just four ports two on one end and two on another you have your stereo system on aux which means other for either movies,games,etc. and then if your tv has a audio video input you put two into the tv one for the audio and the other for the video hopefully your tvs or movies,etc should be coming out from your stereo rather than your tv

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