About Connecting LG TV Audio Output to Speakers

Multi-channel speakers need to be positioned to provide this immersive experience to place the listener in an ideal central position.

If you’re a music lover, a hobbyist or just need a top quality audio system for connecting LG TV audio output to speakers, this can be provided by multi-channel speaker systems, or a stereo receiver with phono input, that allows you to connect a turntable directly to the receiver without an outboard phono preamp.

All that is needed is an appropriate speaker configuration and precise tuning, through the set-up functionality of the receivers, so that each speaker uses a correct setting relative to the position of the listener in the room.

Then what kinds of LG TV audio settings do you need? The most popular set-up for surround sound is a 5.1 setup consisting of 5 satellite speakers and a subwoofer-bass unit.

Your first attention is to speakers at the front right and back. These front speakers can be mounted on the wall or shelf or use stands on the floor.

5.1 Systems

Such speakers generally provide the main elements of the audio and should be positioned on either side of your television set, giving the frontal audio a decent spread. Think about typically placing a set of stereo speakers in here.

Next a speaker center is an important consideration because it will handle most of the dialogue or speech from your source material.

The speaker center is located above or below your TV set. A higher quality central speaker is also a smart buy for the clarity of your sound’s dialogue.

The speaker center must be mounted as close to the TV set as possible, so that the direction of your most significant sound is right, even if the speaker is not located too high or too low to carry the noise over the heads of the listeners or to their feet. Angling the speaker will benefit accordingly.

Naturally, rear speakers need to be placed at the back of the viewing location as well as to the sides and to the listener’s face.


They should preferably be in line with the front speakers, and similarly spaced. Another concern cabling for rear speakers, these speakers typically require a long cable run which may present a trip hazard or may just be very unsightly, so some preconceived thinking is required here.

To exaggerate the bass sound, the subwoofer or bass unit will be seated on the floor and usually at a corner location.

The subwoofer provides additional oomph for lower frequency sounds such as thunder rumbling and intense explosions.

Commonly, the rear of the bass speaker is where wires are attached, i.e. an independent power cord as well as the satellite speaker cables in some systems.

Nonetheless, nearby sound receivers generally handle the satellite speaker connections directly from the home cinema viewpoint.