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How do I hook up my Mitsubishi M-VR700 to my Samsung TV

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    Thank you, I will Ttry this.

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I would use the audio outs on the T.V. to one of the audio ins on the receiver "red & white RCA plugs", or if the T.V. has s-video out & the receiver has s-video in use that with the RCA plugs, an even better set up would be to use an HDMI cord. Any way it's OUT from the t.v. to IN on the receiver, no matter which way.

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