Question about Acoustic Research 900MHz Wireless Stereo Speakers with Auto Tuning
Regrettably there isn't an easy way to connect the speakers to your television directly. One thing that would make this easier would be if you are lucky enough to have a headphone jack on the tv, you should be able to buy a mini-plug to RCA adapter.
Otherwise, regrettably I can not foresee a way to make this type of connection with out a home theater receiver but then it would control the volume and not your television.
I wish I had better news.
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Posted on Jun 17, 2008
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