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Have an onkyo av system how doi get sound out to it from Lgtv Lg22ls4d there are red white and yellow jacks at the back of the tv but they seem to be for input only

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The red and white jacks are for the audio sign al.
Read the back panel very carfully with a torch if necessary, it should say (Audio Out) or A/V out.
Hook up an RCA lead from the output of the TV to the chosen input on your amp. I suggest AUX or CBL/SAT. You may have to tell the amp which input you have chosen.
Let me know.

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Follow this step on how to connect the AV (audio and video) jack.

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