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How do you connect satellite to TV Tuner which has AV and HD jacks?

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2010-05-11 14:06:35
2010-05-11 14:06:35

check first your satellite receiver if there is an HDMI jack. connect your HDMI cables from your satellite receiver to your tv tuner.

if you don't have the HDMI jack, check the AV output jack. connect the AV cables from your satellite receiver to your tv tuner.

you can use either AV or HDMI.

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