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How to connect DAV-HDX265 to xbox 360 and TV

I have one HDMI cable and a RC cable (red and white). I'm trying to connect everything by connecting the HDMI cable from the Xbox 360 to the TV (WinBook Display), and the RC cables from the TV/Video in from the DAV-HDX265 to the output of the TV. My point was to hear the surround system whether I was watching digital TV or watching something on the Xbox. What am I missing? I went to a electronic store and told me that the RC cables should do the trick, but they didn't. Any input would be appreciated. Thank you.

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Your HDMI cable handles both audio and video. If you would like a "one" source output you need to have a reciever that has multiple inputs with one output. You would then put your audio out from your souce device (xbox, tuner,record player...etc.) to the input of the reciever. Every device should have a different input. From there you would just switch your input selection to what you would like to hear. Let me know if you need a bit more guidance and I will get more detailed. The RCA connection (Red and White) are your stereo leads or (left and right) You will need the yellow one for video..it is separate.

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