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Hooking up my surround sound to my tv

I have an RCA 32" LED LCD HDTV DVF combo, model #LED32B30RQD and a Philips MX 3600D DVD VIDEO DIGITAL SURROUND SYSTEM. I want to play the sound through the surround system. I tried red and white RCA cables and had no luck. I had the surround system set to TV/AV and had my tv playing you tube through my Roku. I put the cables in the tv's audio out and in the surround system's audio in. What do I have to do to make this work?

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The MX3600 has no inputs.
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Audio input

On the back of it where it says, "audio input"

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Which is why I shared the manual.
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In other words...

There is no way to play the tv sound through this particular surround system?

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I can't tell what the connection you used.

Did you try headphone out from TV to that lone Stereo RCA input jacks?

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In other words...

There is no way to play the tv sound through this particular surround system?

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yes it does- see page 8

Two separate audio inputs, actually.

She could try using a 'Y' adapter (3.5mm to RCA), but as we know, headphone output jacks from HDTVs are intended as such.

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