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Yes, you need an amplifier, since the "levels" of the sound-output from each device (TV, CD-player, cassette-player, Sony mini-disk player, turntable) are not sufficient to physically move the "cones" inside your speakers, to push air around, to produce sounds.
You need "watts" of power to push air, while the devices produce milli-watts (watts/1000) of power.

Also, the amplifier is also a "decoder", electronically processing the input to produce "5-channel" (left, front, right, back-left, back-right) surround-sound output.

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Connecting an Amplifier / DVD Home Theater

TV Rear Panel

1 Audio Cable (Not supplied)

Amplifier/DVD Home Theater

1 Connect Audio Cables between the

AUDIO OUT [R-AUDIO-L] jacks on

the TV and Audio Input jacks on the

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