Thanks for getting back to me.
This really depends on what type of Philips TV you have..
does it have an optical output connection? If so then yes it can easily be connected.
Let me know the TV model number if you require any further info.
Yes, thanks for that useful info, Bill.The 43PUT4900 does indeed have a Digital Optical Output connection, so you can connect it to the KRF-V5030D system.You will just need to use an optical cable, e.g. https://www.amazon.co.uk/Metre-Premium-Toslink-Digital-Optical/dp/B006ZCZI3G --------------------Kindly rate my service 5 stars at the top of your question page so I am rewarded for my time; tips appreciated :)Otherwise please reply back if you need further assistance.Pete.--------------------
You can use the S-Video connection.
You can actually get an optical cable with the correct end on it - S-Video Cable With Toslink Optical Audio:
One way around this problem to use the Kenwood system would be to use a converter to convert the optical digital sound to RCA: https://www.amazon.com/Musou-Digital-Optical-Converter-Adapter/dp/B01AWBA8U8/
However a sound bar would be my personal preferred choice for better sound quality and neatness.