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Easiest way is to connect the cable wire (75 Ohm) to your tuner's input.

Best way in terms of performance (if you have HDTV and both your cable tuner and TV have HDMI cables) is to connect the cable box using a HDMI cable it had both audio and video.

Next best is component cable out (Red, Green & Blue wires) to the TV's component inputs.

Next best in terms of performance is to use the RCA cables from the box Video out and Audio out right and left to the Audio Videio inputs of your TV..

You may also use S-Video and Audio cables.

After connecting it up, you need to select the correct input on your TV or projection TV.

Hope this helps. :)

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