The speak system that you've link are more for computer with "line-out" connections. My guess is that it is not a normal thing for a TV to have that. Check the manual.
Hello! I searched through the forum but am not 100% sure I got the answer.
So I have a brand new Sylvania HD TV. I have this set of speakers (http://www.amazon.com/Creative-Labs-4400-Computer-5-Speaker/dp/B00005Z24Y) and would like to hook them up to said TV.
Now, the speaker system has two 3.5mm inputs (front and rear.) to hook it to my computer, I just used a 3.5mm Y cable, no problem. Now, to hook it to the TV, can I just purchase something like this http://www.cablestogo.com/product.asp?cat_id=2009&sku=40424 and it will work?
This is how the setup would go: Cable posted above coming out of the 2 RCA Audio Output jacks on the TV, hooked to Y Cable, Y-Cable hooked onto the duel cable that hooks into the Subwoofer, then all the speakers come out of that. Does that work, or do I need some sort of fancy amplifier people talk about with home theater systems?