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How to connect new flat screen tv with hdmi cable to an olin ross sound system 6050 home theater 1000 watts

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Evidently this system is a speaker system that hooks up to 5.1 home theater receiver. I've included a few quote on how to hook up the 6050 system:
" Measure and cut wires running from the speakers to the receivers"
Read more: http://www.ehow.com/how_10058195_hook-up-olin-ross-or6050.html#ixzz33bqoGyyY
"Run the wires from all speakers and the subwoofer to the back of the receiver".. The key is to have a home theater receiver, then you can hook up the TV to the receiver.





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