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Hook up Cox Dig CBL Box to receiver and TV for home theater

I have a surround sound home theater set up a year ago with a new LG 37 (LC7D) and a Yamaha HTR 6060 receiver and a DVD player (also a Yamaha) DV-C6860.
I picked up a new COX Digital cable Box and an trying to figure out how to hook it up (I did not get a Digital Video Recorder so dont need info on that).

I also have a Yamaha remote RAV326 to control it all which isnt the greatest but it works, COX sent a remote that may be better.

Cox also sent a 5 wire cable (3 video and 2 audio in the normal colors or R_B_G video and R_W audio). They also sent two short coax cables.

what is the best way to hook this up to get best sound avoiding TV speakers? The lousy manual only shows how to hook it up using either a direct hookup to the TV or a hookup thru the DVRecorder which I didnt acquire).

Thanks for your help. I wanted to watch some bowl games using HD but so far I struck out making it work.

John

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  • john smidt Jan 03, 2009

    Yes, the inputs are on the back of the COX Digital Receiver.

  • john smidt Jan 03, 2009

    Let me clarify. Both the Cox cable Box and the Yamaha Receiver have inputs on the back.



    John



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Welcome to FixYa! Do you have the Digital Cable hook up's on the Rear of the Reciever?

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The easiest way to proceed is by using RCA cables (the red, white, yellow) to connect the cable box.

Posted on Jan 02, 2009

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    Ginko Jan 02, 2009

    Use the Video input panel on the HTR6060, if you watch at the backpanel it should be on the upper right hand corner.

    There chose if to use RCA, component or svideo, and connect input from cable box and output to TV.

    Refer to page 15 on manual:

    HTR-6060

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