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Hooking up the RT 2600

I have an RCA Home Theater Audio Video Receiver RT 2600, a DVD Recorder, an RCA DVD / Video CD Player DRC 220, a Sanyo HDLCD TV, and a HD Cable Box.
How can I hook all these up so that I can Record Programs and play DVD's with surround sounds.
I've had the RT 2600 Home system for quite a while but was never able to accomplish this. Now that I have an HDLCD TV I wish to accomplish what has been impossible for me.
Can you HELP??
Vic Veguilla
Winter Haven, Fl

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I dont know ware or what to hook up and how

Posted on Jan 02, 2009

Connect all the devices into the receiver inputs then there should be 1 set of outputs to the tv. This is to play everything using surround sound as all the video and audio is going through your recevier... if you want to do HD and have surround sound you will need a new receiver as this one has no hdmi inputs or outputs.

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