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Adding Surround Sound to Sharp 32R-S50 32" TV

How can I connect speakers to my Sharp 32R-S50 to make a surround sound?

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  • Donnie Boy Mar 06, 2008

    The Sharp 32R-S50 32" TV does not have an audio output - It does have audio/video input (red/white/yellow) recepticles in back and in front. So how does one go about passing the audio of the "TV" through a home theatre surround receiver if there is no connection from the exterior of the television to do so????

  • only_kings Dec 16, 2008

    I tried but It didn't work for me. Please help.

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The sockets on the front are video input and audio output (left and right). It may not look too elegant, but you can plug your stereo lines in the front.

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If the tv has outputs at the back for surround speakers then you can connect it to them..else pass the audio of your TV thru a home theatre surround receiver

Posted on Mar 05, 2008

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1. are you using an external cable/satellite box.
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2. if you do not have a external cable/satellite box and and or your not using a surround sound system, and the cable line is connected directly to the television via a coax cable.. then verify that in the audio settings configuration of the telivision you have not accidentally disabled the internal speakers, some tvs have this option , please consult your manual.

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