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Looking for a manual for a rca audio video surround sound 3disc changer receiver

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Did you have a specific model in mind or will ANY RCA changer do? I use retrevo.com.

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There are two reasons to do this.
1. to get sound from tv to surround sound.
2. to get video from other sources to tv.

Lets look at 1.
you will need an audio cable (optical, rca, or hdmi) to connect from the video and audio out (on your tv) to the video and audio in (on your receiver)

You will now select the input (where you plugged into your receiver - ex. Video 1) on your receiver remote. Adjust the volume accordingly.

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Thats it!

If you have further issues, there is most likely a diagram drawing of the different ways to use your receiver located in the user manual. If you do not have the manual, you can post a request with the brand and model number up here, and we can try to help you out.

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How do I connect my Yamaha RX-V463 surround sound system to an analog tv? The tv only has the three RCA jacks for audio and video. the RX-V463 has many jacks, and the manual is no help. the manual does...


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Consider that the TV is simply a visual element in your entertainment system and the rest will sound easy.

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