Question about Audio Players & Recorders
First check your receiver if it has inputs for all those gadgets you wanted connected. in your input function selector see if there are options for your dvd, tv, vcr. if it does have all those inputs then just connect all the audio output left/right rca jacks of your gadgets to each input function of your receiver. your VCR though is different, you have to connect the receiver input to vcr output. the vcr record goes to the vcr input connections. your TV, if it has got any audio out then connect to the audio in function of your receiver.
Posted on May 03, 2008
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