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Hi, I can't figure out how to hook up my Direct TV box, DVD, VCR, and TV to my KR-V7080 Receiver. Can you help me with a diagram or step by step instructions? K Richardson

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you can still use it, but if you run the picture through the reciever, it will have poor quality.

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1) TV's are not audio sources. They are end-units for video and its medium-fi audio.

A TV's internal audio capacity is more a convenience for stand-alone listening than a serious approach at hi-end audio. Many of us have monitors with NO audio capability.

TV-related audio and video are best VIEWED via direct video connection to the TV; and HEARD through direct digital audio connection to the receiver.

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