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How to get system to play the sound from regular television.

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Well this is a very common solution. Evry system has an AUX output and Every TV has the AUX input. All you have to do is connect the AUX output of the surround system to the AUX input that is found in your TV. Most tv's have this AUX input on its front or you might also find it on the rear of the TV.

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