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Hook up i have a sanyo 42 also dish network reciever DVR and onkyo home theater system whats the best way to hook it up please?

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  • Wildhog1 Jan 10, 2008

    Hi Guru,

    What about the HDMI cable and should i try to use it

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I'd connect the dish network receiver to the TV's "in" ports and then use an RCA cable to connect the TV's out ports to the onkyo home theater's in ports. It should look something like this:

DVR out -> in Sanyo 42", Sanyo 42" out -> Home theater in

Make sure you don't accidentally plug the cable into the out instead of the in as then you won't be able to hear (and possibly see) anything.

Posted on Jan 06, 2008

  • Yonatan Horan Jan 10, 2008

    The HDMI cable is even better except I don't think you have an HDMI out port. You can connect your DVR to your TV (HDMI cable) and your TV out to the home theater (using the regular red and white cables).

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