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Connecting A Surround System

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Matthew Bpstock

Guest
Hi,

I have a Logik Freeview Television, and I want to connect it to a Surround sound system. The Television does not seem to have an audio output, or a headphone socket.

How do I go about connecting the surround sound system.

It does have these ports:

RF In
Audio L/R in
Component
Pc Audio
Scart
VGA (PC)
HDMI

I would like to avoid using an external freeview reciever.

Thanks

Matthew
 

24 P

Well-known Member
Wont work, you need some kind of Audio out, albeit anaolog or digital, which your panel does not provide.
Next option is to use the box you don't want to..

:thumbsup:
 

grahamlthompson

In memoriam
Hi,

I have a Logik Freeview Television, and I want to connect it to a Surround sound system. The Television does not seem to have an audio output, or a headphone socket.

How do I go about connecting the surround sound system.

It does have these ports:

RF In
Audio L/R in
Component
Pc Audio
Scart
VGA (PC)
HDMI

I would like to avoid using an external freeview reciever.

Thanks

Matthew

The scart socket carries stereo audio out you just need to break out the audio out connections.
 

MarkE19

Moderator
Check the manual of the TV to make sure that at least one of the scart sockets does output a signal. If it does then you can get a scart adapter such as This unless you have an external device connected to the scart socket, in which case you will need something like This.

Mark.
 

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