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Please help need to get this connected to cable box

HELP cant find how to connect system to cable just got it and i am confused didnt really have any instructions

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The Cable box HDMI CALE SHOULD CONNECT DIRECTLY TO your projector, while the cable box's audio output should go to you surround sound's processor.

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