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Where do I connect the audio cable ? It doesn't seem to fit into the digital audio hole.

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In the green jack usually. If it doesn't fit, you have the wrong jack, and you probably need an adapter.

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They print manuals for these things.

Have you looked at them?

The specific products you're inquiring about are not showing in your post. Name the makes AND models first, then we'll look for the manuals. Then (maybe) find a solution. You might find it them the manufacturers' support sites or these guys...

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