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Im trying to hook a 57"tv with this reciever

I have a 57" tv needing to hook a surround sound reciever

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You should have a RC cable (with 6 connector, witch 3 connector each side with color Red,White,Yellow)
- Look rear Panel of your TV, and look for Output Audio (Red & White)
Plug RC cable (Red & White) to it.
- And the other side of RC cable (Red & White) plug to sound receiver
- look at rear panel of your Sound system, and look for Analog Input Audio (Red & White)
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And plug your speake to your Sound System.

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deny Mulia



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