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I want to connect 6x 8ohm 100watt speakers to my large screen tv.
How do I connect them?

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Two ways--first you can open up the unit and use the exsisting wires from the tvs internal speakers or goto radio shack and ask them for a audio jack splitter,you would than connect the wires from the speaker to the splitter then plug the jack into the audio input on the back of the tv.If your thinking youll get more sound from these speakers by doing this it wont work unless you have a surrond sound system.Only an amplifier can boost the output.

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