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There is no tv slot on the Onkyo

Only CD, TAPE 1-2, Phono, VCR1-2. What do I do. I have tried all o them and I added a yellow cable to both TV and Receiver. HELP

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  • bbbbsando Apr 10, 2008

    Still does not not. I even tried the yellow cable at the end of all your suggestion., AV out TV to Onkyo TX 82 Reciever Monitor Audio Out. Help!!!

  • bbbbsando Apr 10, 2008

    Still no sound. Tuner works. Does it require a yellow cable to the TV to Onkyo. I even tried that.

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You simply take and audio sample from the Tv to the Onkyo. You could use tape or CD input on the Onkyo it really doesn't matter. Just make sure you have audio out from the Tv and set the Onkyo menu to look at the input you select. If you choose to put it into the CD, make sure you select CD to listen to it. Assuming of course you have the speakers hooked up to listen to the Onkyo.
Bill

Posted on Apr 09, 2008

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    William Rayburn Apr 10, 2008

    AV out of Tv to the CD or tape "IN" left and right of the Onkyo. Then set the menu on the Onkyo to that CD input and you should have sound...

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    William Rayburn Apr 10, 2008

    You should be using two ordinary RCA connectors - (that's a style not so much a brand) normally red and white respectively. They should go from the TV audio "OUT" to the Onkyo cd/ "IN" (cd for example) and the Onkyo needs to be turned to that cd input to amplify that sound...

    Bill

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