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I have a Techinics SL-PG3 CD Player connected to a amplifer & speakers. I would like to connect the cd player direct to my tv instead to play cd's and to listen to the cd on my tv is this possible ?

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Generally, on most modern tv's the answer is yes. if you're connecting via an A/V amplifier then no problem at all but you stated that you're after a direct to tv connection.

But the answer depends entirely on the make and model of tv and whether it has standard left and right phono inputs. If it only has Scart sockets (UK/Europe only) then there are adapters which will do the job.

As you haven't given any details at all about your tv I cannot give you any more specific details.

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