Question about Kenwood VR615 Receiver
You will probably have to set the correct input on the reciever, those two inputs will be able to recieve a digital input i,e coax or optical or the traditional analog (red and white ) jack.. the reciever might not know which type of cable your using for the tv and the video input..
Posted on Sep 07, 2010
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