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You don't say what make or type either of the appliances are, so I can only answer in general terms.
First look at the back of your stereo system and see if there is a dedicated subwoofer output. If there is you should be able to find the correct lead between the two units by looking at both the connections. If the subwoofer is a powered one. IE with a mains plug on it, you have to plug it into the mains before it will work at all. The connection points also then need to be hooked up to the amp. If it's not a powered subwoofer then your main left and right channels speaker wires need to be split into using the subwoofer terminals provided. Another set of terminals on the sub, then lead to the main speakers.
Lastly if it has a dedicated subwoofer output, then the amp might have a setting that turns this on or off. So you might need to switch it on.
The speakers should not be a problem. All the sockets are labeled left / center / right / left surround / right surround and subwoofer. Connect the yellow composite video out to the TV's yellow composite video in . Along with video out of the Curtis you can connect two red and white audio out to the TV's audio in socket.
If you mean you want to hear TV programs through this unit, you can't. It has no inputs.
But you could try this. Many cable boxes have internal volume controls or a variable output. Find that first or else FULL volume may be sent to the speakers after the following steps.
Disconnect the cables from the Front Left and Front Right inputs on the powered subwoofer, select 2 channel mode (just below the Input section) and plug in an a pair of RCA analog audio cables from the cable box Audio Out. It may work but I don't know if you can control the volume at the Curtis this way.