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My tv doesn't have a cable jack just one audio video outlet

So how do we hook both up at the same time

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Ok, not an issue....


The following link would guide you how to set up even if you have just one audio
jack.....


I apologize that i have'nt read that you do not have a cable jack...

http://www.geocities.com/columbiaisa/cable_connections_video.htm


Thanks.

If your problem is resolved, do mark this as well as other threads as fixya.

Take care. Further clarifiation, i am always available...

Posted on Feb 01, 2009

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