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How do I connect the receiver and television together

I once had the receiver and dvd player connected to my television. I now have a new television and have no idea how to connect the receiver into it! I have all of the cords but I dont know where anything goes.

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Re: How do I connect the receiver and television together

Try to connect AUDIO OUT from your TV to AUDIO IN to your receiver.

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