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Hooking up the stereo to the speakers is straight forward. 2 wires each speaker. a positive and negative they go to the corresponding speaker input. As far as hooking up the tv it all depends on what kind of video connection you are using. Most likely you plug all your devices into the reciever then go from the monitor out on the receiver to the tv.
This link may help you.
http://www.howtohookitup.com/surround_sound.html
If you need further assistance please let me know.
Thank you,
Lee

Posted on Nov 12, 2009

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Check the settings on receiver in the SETUP menu / HDMI / Audio. Here you can choose Amp (sound goes from the speakers connected to receiver), TV (receiver is muted and sound is routed via HDMI to TV) and Amp+TV (sound goes from speakers and also to TV).
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RX-V465 has auto-sync feature over HDMI. So if you have your DVD and TV connected over HDMI, receiver will communicate with your TV and set the delay automatically based on TV processing speed.
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1 - As you already have it, take it out of the box and look at the back. You should be able to determine the connections from there. It is also in the owners manual.

2 - The receiver only supports 6 and 8 ohm speakers. Do not use 3 ohm speakers with it.

3 - The Yamaha website has instructions on how to check the firmware version and instruction on how to upgrade the firmware.

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