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Connection I want to connect the dvd player to my cable box. How can I do that?

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Re: Connection

Without being able to see the two units...I couldn't begin to guess what you may have there!! There are a myriad of ways to connect video & audio equipment up/together nowadays... the connections vary from unit to unit. The best thing for you to do is; to take both units down to your local electronics outlet, (i.e. Fry's, Bestbuy, Circuit City Etc.), show them the units & tell them what you want to do....they'll hook you up with some cables & some directions on how to properly connect them, so you'll get the best possible entertainment you can get out of them! Good luck & happy clicking!!!

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