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  • basque Nov 26, 2008

    ALL I WAS WANT IS FOR MY TV SOUND TO FLOW THROUGH MY SPEAKERS

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Audio out from tv to aux in or line in in receiver and out from receiver to speakers-or audio out from tv-to line in -in mixer out from mixer to amplifier and out from amplifier to speakers-

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