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Kenwood VR-357 I just dont know how to hook it up to my tv because a friend gave me the receiver and I have a dvd player plus cable tv so how do i hook it up?

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Well run your dvd player to tv ok sound and video then run cable to tv same way then use master rca left right outs from tv back to the sterio ch in video 1 ok then turn on sterio to video one ch and u got it

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