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How do you hook up a dvd player and a vcr to and old rca tv?

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To hook up a DVD player and a VCR to an old RCA TV, you will need to examine what type of inputs are available on the TV. The VCR can probably be connected with a coaxial cable. The DVD player will need to be either hooked up with RCA cables or with an S-video cable and two audio cables.

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