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Connecting DVD VR357

I am trying to connect my new Samsund DVD VR357. Does it need to be connected to the TV and my satellite box? How should it be connected? I have DirectTV and a Hitachi Plasma TV. Please help?

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Re: Connecting DVD VR357

Direct to tv always best picture ok hdmi then sound from tvs digital outputs to input on your digital reciver ok

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