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Stereo speakers to television.

I don't know how too hook up my stereo speakers too my television so tv
sound comes out from stereo speakers.

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Please check your tv for any RCA jack labelled "Line Out". The will provide the signal taht you need to connect to your stereo system's Line In jack. Also, to get the Stereo output that you want, yur TV should have a pair of Line Out jacks (color coded red and black or red and white)

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