Question about LG 37LC7D 37 in. LCD HDTV
Is it absolutely necessary to use an amp or receiver when connecting speakers to my TV. A Radio Shack person said that they can connect directly without one???????
I have over 10 years experience in electronic tech support.
If your TV has audio output jacks on the back, then you don't need an amp or receiver. These jacks use traditional composite cables that are red and white in color. I'm talking about the same kind you use with a dvd player.
F.Y.I. A lot of TVs don't have composite audio outputs, but they will have what's called an optical audio output. That type has to be used with an amp or receiver because you can't plug that type of line into any speaker.
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