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Need to connect some samsung audio/video components

I have a samsung htz320 home theater system, samsung bluray dvd player, samsung led tv, old vcr and dishnetwork hd/dvr component and need to hook it all up. help!

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    my dvd player is not working with dvd and usb only play mp3 when i try to play avi & wmv formats its showing the codec don't support.i have a samsung 5500 3d smart bluray player and Samsung UE40F6320 40 inch Full HD Freeview HD LED 3D Smart TV so can i connect the sound system through one of this

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I'm guessing that you would like all your components to play audio through the HTZ320. In order to get audio from all these components you will need a digital optical cable from the tv optical out to the HTZ320 optical input. And some composit audio cables (red and white) from tv audio out to the HTZ320 aux input. The video and audio from the dish box, bluray, and the vcr are all going to have to go through the tv first and then to the HTZ320. Use HDMI cables to connect the dish box and the bluray to the tv inputs and composit cables (red white and yellow) from the vcr output to the tv input. If you can give the exact model of the tv I can help you sort things out further. I hope this helps you.

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Samsung HT-Z320 Home Theater System when pluged in turns on then to stand-by and will not turn on

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