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Rolk olsen i have a sound bar R-200 2.4G wireless th problen is the fuse in the subwoofer burned thice in a month Please tell me why???

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SOURCE: how do i connect my tv to my 300W 2.1 Sound Bar w/Wireless Subwoofer

Best way is to use an optical cable but you need to check that both devices have optical inputs.failing that you will need RCA cables I.e. Red and white capped to produce stereo sounds.usually your smart tv has audio settings in the menu so you will be able to view what connectivity options you have for that particular tv then set them accordingly .

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