TV has little audio out options, how should I hook up 3.5MM speakers?

Cinders1

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So I have a TV with only optical output, a blue-ray with only HDMI and coaxial output, and speakers with only 3.5mm input. How do I make the speakers play sound from the Blue-ray? Ideally the TV for shows and stuff but primarily concerned with blue-ray.

I realize there are all sorts of adapters but i get conflicting reports on what can be adapted to what without a powered receiver. (looking for a <10$ budget for this).

So I'll tell you what I have, and hopefully you can tell me the easiest cheapest way to get it all working:

Blu-ray player-- HDMI out and coaxial out
TV --------------- HDMI in, component in, RCA in, and optical out
speakers ------- 3.5MM jack in
 

Sacred Tosh

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When you say co-axial out for the Blu-ray, I assume you mean NTSC RG59 output. This would be rather odd because this sort of connection has long gone the way of the dodo. Are you sure the BR out is not a AV RCA coaxial (yellow, white, and red jacks). If so, then then the white and red are your audio channels and you can get a simple RCA stereo to 3.5 plug and connect the BR to the speakers.
 
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