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How do i install my surand sound and cable box to my LG television so the cable is ran through my surround sound and goes to my television? also how do i hook up my surround sound to my television?

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If you have a scart cable going to tv from cable box all you have to do is put a phono cable from tv to system input,this could be "aux,sat,tv,input",switch system to input you put phono cables into and set to prologic2,you now should have sound.
hope this helps.

CABLE GUY.

Posted on Jun 29, 2008

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