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How do i hookup my speakers to my tv - Logitech X-530 5.1 Surround Sound Speakers&Subwoofer - 970114-0403 Computer Speakers

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Computer speak usually have a 3.5" headphone plug (just like a pair of headphones). This plug is not native to a TV, they instead usually use RCA plugs (red and white with a solid center post and metal 'sleeve' which makes the connection) these are the most common audio out format for most TVs. You can go to radio shack and buy a 3.5" headphone to RCA adapter which is just a short cable with a female 3.5" plug at one end and two RCA plugs at the other (red and white). This is pretty cheap ~$5 and should get you up and running. You will be going from the label Audio Out ports on your tv through the adapter cable and into your PC speakers.

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