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Old 12-07-2010, 03:33 PM   #1
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There is a 3 wire audio/video recepticle located on the wall above the Concertone in our TT.. Neither the FR manual or the Concertone manual make any reference to this receptical. Does anyone know if this is an output from the Concertone to the TV for DVD use? As you can tell we haven't had this unit very long and are still learning... Thanks in advance.

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should be an aux in. Switch the concertone to aux and connect a vcr to it

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Thaks for all your help. The wall connection is a AV wiring hookup from the Concertone for playing DVD's. This is a great forum.. LReese
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