If you have a AUX input on your tv it would work for you. Otherwise there really wouldnt be much of a way to do this. I know because I use them for my tv luckily i have a AUX input for audio
These water speakers use a standard USB cable to hook up for power, so mostly they are recommended for use as computer speakers. However, some televisions support USB (some TVs only have USB for technical support and diagnostics, so check with a thumb drive ahead of time, if it reads and displays pictures, it will work for the speakers) so if a Source store had them hooked up with USB they would have known which TV supported it and which didn't. If you would like to hook these up to just a standard power outlet, The Source also sells those in multiple varieties starting at around $30 when they aren't on sale. Keep in mind that these speakers are mostly made for being close by the listener, eg. on a desk or a laptop/desktop. If you hook them up to a TV and sit further away from it, you may not get better sound quality than the built in speakers, and if you put your volume too loud on the water speakers, the sound will distort. Just a heads up.
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