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Connect to comcast HD receiver

I am inthe process of setting up the DAVIS10 system and do not see how i connect it up to my comcast HD receiver. how do i do this?

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Use 2hdmi cords -tv to cable box and the cable box to the davis10 than go to the setting on the davis10 and turn on the hdmi

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