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Question about hookup for Digital to Analog converter TB100MW9

I have purchased a digital set-top box for my "HD ready" TV. I want to know if I can connect the box and TV to my stereo reciever, DVD player, etc. Should I connect through the TV only, or must I go through the reciever? How do I hook them up?

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However you like!, I have my converterbox connected to my VCR, then VCR to stereo!, but I have to turn my vcr on to hear it through the stereo of course!

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