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How do i connect my tv with a satellite receiver and a audio system?

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Hi Ranger01,
If you satellite receiver is HD, connect it to your audio system with Component or HDMI (preferred) cable. If your receiver only passes through HDMI, you will have to use an optical toslink cable for digital audio.Have the monitor out (HDMI or Component) go to one of your tv inputs. Set your TV to Mute and program the satellite box to out put audio through the appropriate cable (HDMI, component or Toslink optical). More details as to brand/HD tv or not will help me give you a more specific answer.
Hope this helps,
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Machaan

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