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TV Sound through stereo speakers while watching tv.

I am trying to figure out how to enable the sound to play through my stereo speakers rather than the TV speakers, while watching TV. I have the sound cords (red and white) connected from the "Audio Out" jacks in the back of the TV to my stereo's "AUX Audio" jacks.

TV: Sony Trinitron KV-35S42
Stereo: RCA 6-Disc Changer RS2656
4538CA

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All the above connected method is correct. Need to change the option in the stereo system as md or auillary depends upon the model. Go through user manual for stereo system.

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