Question about Audio Players & Recorders
Check if your tv have red/white audio output. If so just plug them from the tv into a red/white input on your stereo receiver and select that input on your receiver. Turn off the tv sound and it should work.
If your tv doesn't have red/white outputs, your cable box will. Then just run the red/white output from the cable box into the red/white input on your receiver, bypass the tv, turn off the tv sound and select the input on the receiver, again as above, where it's plugged in.
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