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I have an LG hdtv and am trying to connect my logitech x540 speakers to it. The red, white audio input on the back of the tv doesn't work, neither does the audio input. I have brought numerous leads and am at my wits end, please any advise would be appreciated

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I don't know your exact model of TV so I can't be specific. I do know you need to hook up to audio output not input. Some TV's have audio output and some don't or you might have digital audio output which might not be compatible with your logitech speakers. If nothing else if you have a headphone plug in you might be able to hook up that way.

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