Question about Televison & Video
Actually it would be more of a matter of how to connect your TV to your receiver. On the Television there will be a red and white connector that says "Audio Out"
The sound goes from your TV through a "patch cord" The regular RCA type cable with red and white connectors.
On the back of your receiver you will see connectors.
Several of them are inputs. You could plug your TV into one of those... make sure you select that particular input on the front panel. Aux, Sat, Tape In, all will work, just select the one that you plugged the cable into. That should at least allow the TV sound come from your receiver.
Posted on Jun 01, 2010
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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