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Converting a stereo system to an amplifier

I have an audio system that comprises of a cassette player and a intergrated amplifier. Theres a port at the back that allows me to connect speakers to the system. I would just like to know if its possible to connect a tv instead of the cassette player, in other words: (the path of the complete circuit) from power source to the amp, to the (+) terminal of speaker, to the tv {instead of the cassette player} back to the amp, to the (-) terminal of the speaker and finally back to the power source.

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IF YOU HAVE AN AUDIO OUT IN YOUR TV YOU CAN CONNECT IT INSTEAD OF CASSETTE PLAYER.AND YOU WILL HEAR YOUR TV PROGRAM THROUGH YOUR AMPLIFIER.ABOUT THE REST OF THE CIRCUIT CONNECT AMPLIFIER OUTPUT TO SPEAKERS AS USUAL CASE.

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