Modern TVs support various audio output options, including HDMI ARC (Audio Return Channel), optical audio output, and Bluetooth. If your TV has one or more of these audio output options, you should be able to connect a wireless surround sound system to your TV.

Suppose your TV doesn’t have any of these above mentioned audio output options. Using a wireless surround sound system with the TV is still possible using an external audio device such as a receiver or sound bar. However, you’ll need to ensure that the external audio device supports wireless connectivity and is compatible with your TV.

It’s also worth noting that some wireless surround sound systems are designed specifically for certain types of TVs or audio devices. Before purchasing a wireless surround sound system, it’s essential to check the manufacturer’s specifications to make sure it’s compatible with your TV and other devices.