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Connecting speakers to older coax only TV

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Hello everyone,

I inherited a rather nice stereo system that allows for composite input from a TV and I was interested in using it with my now-aging coax/rf TV setup. Currently I have a RF modulator that connects via coax to a VCR and via composite and the RF modulator outputs to the TV via a coax. I know that I theoretically could split the audio output of the VCR and DVD player to the composite of the stereo, but the TV would still play via its internal speakers.

Any ideas or should I just live with it until I upgrade to a TV with actual inputs/outputs.

Thanks for any ideas or tips!

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