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What about 6 channels

Whats the best way to hook up myVR-606 to my 52" Mitsubishi TV? And please remember your talking to a audio video ****.

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Re: What about 6 channels

On the tv there should be Audio An video out Yello,Red,white witch would go on to your reciever, either on AUX, Tv Video so hope that helps

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Hello Julie

Thank you for using Fixya!!

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The Yellow, Red and white cable you have, is actually the Video(Yellow) and the 2 stereo Audio cables(Red and White).


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