It will be very difficult to help you without further information. One thing we need to know for sure is what is the source of your TV (satellite/cable box, cable straight out of the wall, antenna, etc.)
I have a receiver that I am running everything thru. The tv is hooked up to the cable at the wall, and it is being run as a monitor (analog video out only) to the receiver. The Wii, DVD player and VCR all have analog A/V out cables running into the receiver. My tv only has audio out ports available as is. When we watch movies, listen to the radio, etc we can hear it all in surround, but is there a way to connect the tv to the receiver so we can hear it in surround sound? I've heard we might be able to connect it thru the VCR possibly to make this happen (tho I can't seem to figure out how)... is this true? Thanks.
Sorry, I didn't see your response before I explained further. I'm guessing there are no tv A/V outputs. There is just the standard A/A/V analog ports & the cable port. So am I to run the cable from the wall to the VCR cable in, then the cable from the VCR to the tv? Then I suppose I need to run an analog A/V from the tv to the VCR and not the receiver? Thanks so much for your help.