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Connections I need help connecting my RCA RTD155 surround sound with a dvd recorder and a Road Runner Cable box! Is there anyway to play a dvd using the RTD surround sound and record it onto the dvd recorder?

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I reccommend live service with me, but I can definitely help. Please mark this as solved and we will arrange a time to work setup out. The question should be marked as solved because the one ANSWERABLE question, about the DVD being recorded, is NO, unless it is a home movie. Not only is it illegal, but also VERY difficult to do. and your equip is not cabable. Thanks!

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