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Trying to install surround Sound with my TV

It is possible for this Television to be used with an audio receiver for surround sound? If so, How do I hook up this television to an audio receiver. The rear of the TV only has a set of Audio In-put jacks, no output jacks.

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You can still hook it up using the correct methd, for the best method consult an in home surrouns team. or an electriconic provider.

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