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TVs aren't designed to control external speakers.

Your TV's digital audio out has to be decoded and converted to stereo (or multi-channel) analog audio signals.This is usually done by a receiver, which has a volume control and outputs for direct connection to individual speakers. Unfortunately, an entry-level receiver is probably going to wind up costing about the same as a Logitech speaker system. (~$200)

Having PC speakers implies you have a PC. You might want to consider something like one of the Creative X-Fi cards with digital input. Then you can use the PC to control the speaker volume.
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