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Try connecting this TV to a VCR or DVD player. Then press channel two and continue to press channel down. See if this will work. Also...if you have an older model Emerson TV remote, it will operate the Orion TV. Let me know if this will work!
Not sure about this particular TV, but usually, you select inputs by channel selector. Go to Channel 1 on TV not Cable or dish, Use the channel selector button on the set itself, go down from 1. You should see somthing like Aux or Line, then aux 2 or Line 2 etc.. eventually (3 clicks or so) rolling around to ch 115. But usually between the highest ch on the set and ch 1 are the auxillary input selections.
Normally there are not connections on a television to provide "auxillary" speakers to the original unit. Looking at the owners manual for several of the Aquos units it appears that it would have audio outputs, but these normally wouldn't be available for things such as speakers.
Normally the only way to get what your looking for done is by using a separate amplifier and speaker set and controlling the volume for that.
You'll need to turn the auxiliary function on in the setup menu. Press Source to put the unit in Standby, then press and hold the Menu button for at least 1 second. Press the control switch toward AM or FM until the AUX setting comes up, then press the control switch toward <<< or >>> to change the setting to ON.
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