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Hooking up a Playstation1

Have a digital box, vcr and dvd
have a rfu adapter
where do I start to hook this up

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With everything you have you may wish to use a switcher box. this way you can have multiple devices running through one set of ports on your tv and swap them out at the touch of a button. something like this. http://www.radioshack.com/product/index.jsp?productId=2737918    i use this hdmi one but there are others for HD and AV. hope this helps you out!

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