Well, I hope this isn't too stupid a question. I'm a n00b to all of this and I just purchased a Pioneer Elite VSX33TX receiver, and can't figure out how I would connect the incoming cable tv coax cable to the receiver. Before the cable would come in go to my VCR and then I'd coax the VCR to the TV. Easy enough. But with my new DVD, I wouldn't mind running all audio/video through the pioneer receiver and have a single remote running it all. The receiver accepts S-video, RCA, optical, Component, but no coax. How do I get the TV signal into it? I tried running the coax to the VCR, and then the VCR to the receiver via 3 A/V RCA cables, and then on to the TV via 3 A/V RCA's, but the only the current selected channel on the VCR seems to go through the RCA's out from the VCR. So, I need a way to convert the incoming COAX cable to something my receiver can deal with. Is there any sort of converter or anything I can run? Is this a common problem for people that don't have a satellite TV receiver to feed the AV receiver? Thanks for patience with this ignorant (but trying to learn) newbie.