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Do not know what to hook subwoofer to - TV, DVR?

And what cable to use and where to plug it. we got 1 fairly long cable with three plugs on each end and 3 short 6" cables with 3 outies on one end and 1 plug on the other.

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This should all be described (at least in Chinglish) in a user guide.
For sure, two of the threesome cable are right (red) channel and left (white) channel. The remaining one probably for center or rear.  Mostly all of the different pieces should have color-coded in- and output jacks.

Look at the connector legends printed on your devices, they should have markings such as "line" both in- & out- and you will find corresponding markings on each.
You would need the 'out' connections from either the DVD and TV to end up on the 'in' connectors of the Coby main unit, presumably the woofer cabinet since these mostly house the electronics; i.e. power supply and amplifier.     

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