Connecting Speakers to TV?

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Connecting speakers to a TV requires an audio cord. An audio cord will have a red, yellow, and white connection. These three connections get plugged into the same corresponding colors on the back of the TV. If the TV is a newer model, it may not have these connection and require a special audio cord depending on the TV model. To bypass hooking the speakers directly to the TV, one can use a stereo receiver.
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