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Hooking up audio video to cable box with home theatre

I just had cable installed, they said it asn't their responsibility to hook up all my other equipment-- I want to hook up my Toshiba DVD/VCR Combo--TV--Home Theatre 5 Disc Changer & cable box--I want to be able to record of course from my TV & I want to play my DVD's & VHS & CD's. Can anyone tell me the proper method to hook-up these compopnents correctly? Thank You in advance For any help.

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From Cable Box to Input on DVD Player, from DVD Player Out, to TV in, from TV Audio Out to Home Theater Audio In.

That should work.

Will have to have the VCR on to watch cable. Plus make sure that you use A/V cables as much as possible. Coax works ok, but not as good as R/W/Y.

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