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I have a samaung pc/tv monitor,i use for pc and tv use,i have external speakers for the pc and would like to connect them also for the tv as the sound as is not very good,putting the tv menu in external speaker mode and connecting up (i tried using a splitter on the back of the tv with a red and white terminal connection on the back of the monitor, does'nt work,any suggestions.

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Some actual model numbers would make this conversation more relevant.

If your PC speakers are self-powered they should accept the RCA output from any device that provides headphone or Line Level audio.

Where is the TV audio actually coming FROM? Maybe a Cable Box? THAT is where the PC speaker should tap in.

Many TV's have a Fixed or variable audio output. Fixed allows for disabing the TV speakers or turning its volume down without affecting the audio out to other devices.




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Yes you can - but not with a USB cable. USB is only for data (file) transfer.

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