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Hooking Plasma tv to Pioneer receiver

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Hello. I am new to the site and hope you can supply to me some helpful information. I currently own a 51" Samsung plasma television (not sure of the model but I can get it if needed) and am trying to hook it up to my old Pioneer receiver to be able to hear audio through the speakers. I have owned old tube televisions and have had no trouble doing this.. I am stumped. Please help...Thanks,
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model numbers of all the equipment will help for sure.

you should be able to look at all the ports and match up the outs and the ins though. if it's an "old" receiver i'm sure it's got RCA inputs (red and white guys). most TVs have RCA out as well
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I too have a Samsung 51" plasma and it does indeed have standard Audio L/R RCA jack sockets on the back.

Simply run a set of jack plugs to any input on the Amp.
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