How to Connect Wireless Speakers to a Television

Updated February 21, 2017

If you are not satisfied with the audio level your television produces but don't want to install a full-fledged surround-sound system, it is possible to hook up additional wireless speakers to the TV. These speakers consist of two wireless speakers and a wireless transmitter. The wireless transmitter sends the audio signal to the two wireless speakers so no cable connections running from the transmitter to the speakers is required.

Position the wireless transmitter next to the television. Plug the RCA audio cables into the "Audio In" port located on the rear of the transmitter.

Insert the opposite end of the RCA audio cables into the "Audio Out" ports on your television.

Place the wireless speakers in desired locations in the room. Depending on the speakers you are using, you either need to connect each speaker to an electrical socket or use removable batteries.

Power on the wireless transmitter, television and the speakers. The audio from the television now plays through the connected wireless speakers.

Things You'll Need

  • Television
  • Wireless speakers
  • Wireless transmitter
  • RCA audio cables
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