Question about Onkyo Audio Players & Recorders
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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In most cases you will take the Audio/Video out of TV (This is if you are trying to listen to your TV sound with your AV receiver. Plug in red and white to red and white on the back of your receiver where there must be a TV-in plugs on it. Turn down the volume on your TV. You only plug your Yellow wire if you want to control your video through your A/V(Audio-Video)Receiver.
This will allow you to listen to your TV in an amplified volume.
If you have a DVD Player and you hook it up by either Co-axial or Optical cable now you can hear real home theatre.
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