How to Connect Source Devices to the A/V Receiver
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By Danny Briere, Pat Hurley. The receiver itself connects to your speakers and to your display with another set of audio and video cables. Keep your right and left in mind with audio cables. Any device that connects with analog audio cables has two connections the cables themselves usually, but not always, come in attached stereo pairs.
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This article was written by Jack Lloyd. He has over two years of experience writing and editing technology-related articles. He is technology enthusiast and an English teacher. This article has been viewed , times. This wikiHow teaches you how to connect a DVD player, VCR, and digital cable box to your television using the best possible connections.
Once TV goes digital, you can still use your traditional VCR, but you will only be able to record the channel you are watching. This is because traditional video recorders contain a receiver to record a separate channel to the one that you are watching, but this receiver can only receive analogue signals, and may not work with digital TV. If you want to watch one channel and record another, or record something when you are out and about, then a PVR is the best bit of kit for you. Much like a computer, a PVR has a hard disk which stores the programmes you record, so you can watch them at your own leisure.