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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 my TV instead to play cd,s and to listen to the cd,s on my tv is this possible ? My TV is a Wharfedale L32TA6A with -YPbPr input and L-AUDIO-R input.

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Yes just connect your phono outputs from your cd player to the audio input (left and right) on your tv and hey presto we have sound

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