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I want to hook a motoral cable box to a phillips tv and a admiral vcr and a sony receiver to get the best surrond sound from the system

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  • kensteidl May 22, 2011

    ok hold on i will get them for you thanks for repling to me

  • kensteidl May 22, 2011

    ok the vcr model # is JSJ20433 the receiver is HDC-HDX589W cable box is DCT5100/1005 and the tv is 42PF5321D/37 42P

  • kensteidl May 22, 2011

    yes the model is JSJ20443 and made by gem star corp

  • kensteidl May 22, 2011

    ok the receiver is made by dolby labs

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May I get the model # of all the units to help you more

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    Jyackle5 May 22, 2011

    I will be here when you have

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    Jyackle5 May 22, 2011

    May I ask who makes the reciver. Also can you double check the model #

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    Jyackle5 May 22, 2011

    You might want to look at the link below page 25 or 3-2 to page 32 or 3-9. You will want to look at page 27 to 29. on the link below.



    http://www.sectv.com/WB/PDF/DCT5100.pdf

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    Jyackle5 May 22, 2011

    Please look at the link I gave you it will tell you how to hook up

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