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Will the Samsung LN32C350 work with a regular Direct TV receiver, (not High Def receiver)? How do I hook it up?

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Sure. Just use the a/v input jacks on the rear of your set. Use the Yellow (for Video) Red (audio-R) White ( audio L ). You should have no problem.

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