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Audio i need to know were can i buy a audio video cable i need that to hook to my tv

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Hello,

If you mean an RCA connection, color red,yellow and white both ends, you can by at any electronics store in your area. If it is other connection you connect or attach converter.

Its pretty if you can show me a pic of the slot hole in the tv and audio input.

may this help,
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