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I am hooking the system to a yamaha stereo receiver and i need to know what jacks to hook it to out or in 3 wire or just 2 because of no video just audio red white yellow the stereo reciever just has aux and phono is it compatible? i got sound once on a dvd music concert that was dolby digital but i am getting no sound at all with numerous dvd

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Let me write some basic things about audio and video signals and cables. Stereo audio has two channels, left and right, usually red and white (or black) jacks. You plug in audio cables. Video signals in old receivers are marked in yellow. If your receiver does not have video (yellow) input, usually located above the two audio inputs, you will not be able to watch any video signal through the receiver. The receiver will only play the sound of dvd, since its left and right audio channels are properly connected. Just aux and phono inputs are not enough. Hope this may help.

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