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Hooking up this receiver

I have a 50" inch Samsung Hi Def TV/
To enhance the experience i wanted to add a couple speakers.
I know you need a receiver to do this.
My nephew gave me his Yamaha rx-v 596 because he purchased a new one.
The one he gave me is in good working order

Would this type receiver be a good match for the TV i have

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I don't see why not. I have a 46" Sony Bravia HDTV that I have hooked up to my RX-V596.

Just use either the RCA out on your TV to the "TV " RCA audio in on the receiver, or if your TV has Optical or Coaxial Audio Out use those...

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