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How to connect satellite radio?

Right now I have my tv hooked to the red-white-yellow connectors with a cable. My sirius tells me to connect to the red-white connectors but there's only the one set (where my tv is connected). Do I need to get a different cable for my tv such as the HDMI or the blue-red-green (sorry don't know the correct terms!). Thanks!!

Oh I have the Samsung HT-Z410 system (love love it!!). Thank you in advance~!

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  • lorit949 Jan 28, 2009

    But I CAN use an HDMI for tv correct? isn't it supposed to be better quality? Thanks so much!! Didn't think about having a multi tap.

  • lorit949 Jan 29, 2009

    I got it...thanks again!!

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No you don`t need HDMI cableing, and do not use the blue, green, red, this is for video 1080i, if your Samsung doesn`t support more than one audio input ( the red and white RCA female plug audio inputs) get a multi tap or a piggy back plug, this will allow you to have 4 inputs into 2 inputs, think of it like an extention cord, one plug into an outlet yielding 3 inlets.

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    Mike Lynch Jan 29, 2009

    You can use a HDMI cable for true 1080p picture quality which is only available in Blu-Ray disc players, High definition broadcast TV or HD as its called is only 1080i, this can be accomplished by HDMI cable or the 3 RCA type connector which you describe as BLUE,GREEN, RED, these are called component video, now the yellow rca sigle video in is called composite video and it is the low end quality video aspect, usually located right by the audio in (white R and red L) RCA jacks, hope this is not to confusing :} check out www.about.com hometheatre video resoulution and HDMI facts.

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