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Need to add speakers to our 19

We had an Emerson 19" LCD TV w/built-in DVD player in our RV (a hybrid trailer). We have trouble hearing the sound when the A/C is on or if it is raining. We can turn the volume up to its max, but still need to have the subtitles on (a pain!), plus then you can hear the sound OUTSIDE the trailer because it's up so loud. We don't want to be annoying other campers at night, and don't want to have to be reading subtitles all the time.

We'd like to hook up an inexpensive set of speakers to place next to the sofa and next to the dinette. Any suggestions?

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  • hozz2 Jul 20, 2008

    Well, we had thought about that, but it's a small trailer (19') and we'd like to avoid having the receiver and 5 speakers. We were hoping to just be able to find two small bookshelf-type speakers that would just plug right into the TV's AUDIO OUT . Is that a possiblity?

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Yes just by a 5.1 surround system cheap set 50 dollars does the trick

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