I am trying to hook up a Samsung DVD/VCR (DVD-V9800) to a Vizio TV (VA320M). I have cable service, with no set top box. I have the cable into the TV, which works fine. I have an HDMI connection from the DVD/VCR to the TV, which works fine for the DVD. The VCR portion is what's troubling me. To begin with, the manuals for both devices are not 100% clear on what needs to be connected, but they are clear that the HDMI connection will not provide any VCR signal, at least not on the video. I am not sure if that means that it would at least provide an audio signal. So the Samsung guide says I need to hook up "the Video Out?line Out [yellow] jack to your TV". Then inside the manual it further states the video and audio need to be connected, but it is not clear if you already have an HDMI connection whether both audio and video jacks are needed. The Vizio guide has only 2 possibilities for VCR input - the regular coaxial connection which is getting fed directly from the cable in, and an AV/S-Video connection which it states all need to be connected to hear the VCR. So I have tried both a separate video cable, and both audio and video into the AV/S-Video sections of the Vizio. There is no s-video on the DVD/VCR, nor is there a coaxial connector, which I find a little odd. No matter, with the AV selected on the TV, I get no signal from the VCR. I must be missing some fine point, but at this junction I have no clue what it might be. Any help would be appreciated.