There is nothing like having good sound coming out of your TV, but how do you hook up stereo speakers to a TV? Having stereo speakers hooked up to you TV will give you that good quality sound to match that good quality picture, especially when it comes to watching movies. As long as you have the right equipment and good speakers, hooking up stereo speakers to a TV can be done easily in no time.
To hook up stereo speakers to a TV you will need:
- Audio cables
- Audio receiver/amplifier
- Connect the TV to the receiver. Once the stereo speakers are near the TV, get the cables. Take the cables for the audio output on the TV and connect them to the audio input on the receiver. Make sure that you connect the correct audio cable ends to the TV and the receiver.
- Connect the speakers to the receiver. Using the red and white RCA cables, connect the left stereo speaker to the left corresponding receiver terminal and connect the right stereo speaker to the right corresponding receiver terminal.
- Wire the speakers to the receiver. Connect each wire from the speakers to the the correct port on the receiver. Look for the each terminal to be specified by each port on the receiver.
- Find the correct mode and volume on the receiver. Change the input on the receiver to the "TV" or "AUX" mode. You will hear audio coming from your speakers once the correct mode has been selected on your receiver. You can adjust the audio levels for each speaker on your receiver until you find a comfortable volume range.
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