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Just wanted to know if there was a way to have the audio output come from the JVC 460W MX-GC5 speakers instead of my tv?

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If I was reading right there should be an auxillary input in the front if not the back of the stereo. If your TV has matching connectors just run RCA cables from the back of your TV into the AUX. Then your TV might have a menu where you can turn the internal speakers off. I know mine does and mine is very out dated. I hope this helped.
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