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I need assistance with the hookups for my old home theater system...I've listed the model numbers below...I do use a modulator for the dvd player...please let me know if you need additional information...thank you...

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Hello,
Please hook up VCR with TV through RF cable and check picture of VCR playback in TV.

Now you can hook DVD player video-audio out in VCR input and can have dvd playback picture in TV via VCR modulator.

If you want to listen sound via receiver then hook audio red-white cable between VCR audio out and receiver audio in terminals.

Let me know exact model numbers of units to help you out more.
Thank you.

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