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  • jhmoye Sep 01, 2008

    need help setting up DVD-VR375 with compatible SAMSUNG TV using HDMI Connection Very Little info in users manual

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Connect HDMI cable in TV, go to TV menu and enable HDMI input, plug HDMI cable to output socket of DVD-VR375 and play it. Need further help, please post back here.

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More details please

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You can find instructions HERE

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    Click HERE for video instructions on setting up your device

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