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LG surround system work regular tv channel

I have LG surround system I will like it to pick regular TV channels specailly football games

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LG surrong system should work with all TV's however with Tube TV's they will not work depending if the TV has A/V out and in.
Some TV's you can use the speakers on the TV or External. The TV has to have an External A/V output in order for you to use your LG surrond system

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