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Old 09-22-2011, 07:04 AM   #1
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Surround sound with new tv's

I bought 1st mh with new tv's just installed
need quick fit to use old wires to surround to new tv
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I don't know if there is a quick fix if your TV doesn't have variable audio output like the old Sony did. You may have to open the back and solder the wires from the old noise suppressor to the speakers in the TV. Not something I would do! There is a thread out there somewhere on this issue. I bought a JVC 32" with variable audio output that works great.
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If a new TV is already installed I don't know what you can do. If not there is a discussion on another site that talks about TV's with audio output that will connect to your RV system.

Here is the web post. Go to the last two posts on page 5.

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On my '04 Horizon it would be difficult to rewire the stereo for the TV as it also is used by the radio. I wanted to install a new amplifier but it would be difficult to wire to the existing speaker locations plus I would need to do something for the radio. I bought a Sharp sound bar to put on my 37" flat panel and it made the sound so much better.
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