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HOW to hookup,connect, dvr cablebox to DVD,VCR Recorder(Panascnic)threw HomeTheater ?

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Connect cablebox output video cable to DVD recorder input. Connect Audio cable to Home theater. Connect DVD Recorder output to TV.

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