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Please help me. How do I connect my speakers to this TV?

Themfolks
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Model: UE43RU7022K

 

I attached a picture.

 

I want to connect a simple stereo speaker system to my TV via jack port.

 

This is pretty much what the back of my TV looks like, except the "Ex Link", "Audio Out", "DVI Audio In" ports are missing.

 

Uhm...where do I plug my jack connector in? Those colorful ports didn't work.

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The colorful ports are input, so no, they're not going to work. 

 

What is your "simple stereo speaker system"? You've told us the TV but basically nothing about the speakers. 

Your "PC master race" thing is cringe. 

 

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Audio OUT Between  USB and HDMI in the top part?

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17 minutes ago, Middcore said:

The colorful ports are input, so no, they're not going to work. 

 

What is your "simple stereo speaker system"? You've told us the TV but basically nothing about the speakers. 

Sorry about that. Well, here's the model name of the speakers:

Wavemaster Cube Neo White 2.0 BT 

 

It's a 2.0 stereo speaker system with a standard 'jack' cable.

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Just now, Matteo Speri said:

Audio OUT Between  USB and HDMI in the top part?

 

I cannot see Audio OUT anywhere. It's nowhere to be found.

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Found some photo of the back side of your TV, looks like no Jack 3,5 for this TV, maybe you can buy an optical to jack adapter.

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4 minutes ago, Matteo Speri said:

Audio OUT Between  USB and HDMI in the top part?

 

He explicitly said his TV doesn't have that. Why he posted a pic of some other TV instead of his own, I don't know. 

 

OP, it seems pretty clear that the only means of connecting external speakers to your TV is through the digital audio out. 

Your "PC master race" thing is cringe. 

 

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Look at the sides of your tv, just in case.  Better still, make and model of your TV please?  Ignore my picture...🤪

 

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31 minutes ago, Themfolks said:

This is pretty much what the back of my TV looks like, except the "Ex Link", "Audio Out", "DVI Audio In" ports are missing.

 

DAOO_1.webp

 

Just now, JKRsega said:

audio out.png

 

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14 minutes ago, GuiltySpark_ said:

If the analog output is missing from your TV, I guess technically you could use this? 

 

https://www.amazon.com/Musou-Digital-Optical-Converter-Adapter/dp/B01AWBA8U8

 

Optical > Adapter > RCA to speakers. 

he'd need this too.  https://www.amazon.com/VCE-2-Pack-Plated-Female-Adapter/dp/B06XCR898P/ref=sr_1_5?crid=2YQRJO62QD28W&keywords=rca+to+3.5mm+adapter&qid=1656359368&s=electronics&sprefix=rca+to+3.5%2Celectronics%2C130&sr=1-5

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6 minutes ago, JKRsega said:

Alright so natively jack won't work, adapter is needed. Bad news but I'll buy one. Thank you.

 

24 minutes ago, Matteo Speri said:

Found some photo of the back side of your TV, looks like no Jack 3,5 for this TV, maybe you can buy an optical to jack adapter.

Well, thank you. I'll check that out.

 

22 minutes ago, Middcore said:

 

He explicitly said his TV doesn't have that. Why he posted a pic of some other TV instead of his own, I don't know. 

 

OP, it seems pretty clear that the only means of connecting external speakers to your TV is through the digital audio out. 

Because the back of my TV faces the wall and it's very close to the wall and I have a lot of objects laying on the TV stand and I can't really get an angle to take a photo of my own TV. 

 

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You'll need to buy two adapters, not just one.

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2 hours ago, JKRsega said:

Why? The Optical to RCA adapter gives him RCA out. 

 

The speakers have RCA in...

 

But wait a damn second...

 

@ThemfolksThose speakers have optical in, lol. Just get a S/PDIF / TOSLink cable and you're done 

 

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1 hour ago, GuiltySpark_ said:

Why? The Optical to RCA adapter gives him RCA out. 

 

The speakers have RCA in...

 

But wait a damn second...

 

@ThemfolksThose speakers have optical in, lol. Just get a S/PDIF / TOSLink cable and you're done 

 

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I have yet to get an optical audio cable to work in any meaningful way ever.

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7 minutes ago, BiotechBen said:

I have yet to get an optical audio cable to work in any meaningful way ever.

They were very common for years and I've used them in many situations, never had a problem. Odd. 

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On 6/27/2022 at 11:55 PM, GuiltySpark_ said:

Why? The Optical to RCA adapter gives him RCA out. 

 

The speakers have RCA in...

 

But wait a damn second...

 

@ThemfolksThose speakers have optical in, lol. Just get a S/PDIF / TOSLink cable and you're done 

 

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You're right lol. I do have "optical input" at the back of my speakers.

 

EDIT: Hold on. Would that transfer Audio from Xbox Series X? Because I have a Series X console which I have hooked up to the TV. The Console uses HDMI.

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15 minutes ago, JKRsega said:

Yes, it would.

I checked my TV and there's a connector called "Digital Out (Optical)" lol. Why does it say (Optical) in brackets? I'm confused.

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Just now, Themfolks said:

I checked my TV and there's a connector called "Digital Out (Optical)" lol. Why does it say (Optical) in brackets? I'm confused.

Because it uses fibre optic cable to transmit an audio signal.  Plug it in and you'll see.😀 And you will need an optical to optical cable DO NOT get a TOSLINK as it will not fit.

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10 hours ago, JKRsega said:

Because it uses fibre optic cable to transmit an audio signal.  Plug it in and you'll see.😀 And you will need an optical to optical cable DO NOT get a TOSLINK as it will not fit.

What? Toslink IS optical.

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Toslink has a long extension that only fits very few products.

 

As below, but some optical cables have this hardwired to one end.

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3 minutes ago, JKRsega said:

Toslink has a long extension that only fits very few products.

Toslink is the standard that fits nearly everything (and I say nearly because I am certain you will challenge it and find some obscure thing) with an optical port. That speaker set that he posted IS toslink compatible. Every optical port with that square looking port is toslink.

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