This is probably a rookie question, but I'm going to ask anyway. My TV/VCR/DVD setup is anything but spectacular, like everyone else's here on the forum. I simply don't have the money to pour into it, so all I have is a 27" TV with basic cable, a VCR, and a DVD player. (I don't even have a Home Theater System yet!) The back of my TV has co-ax (in), A/V composite cable (in), Audio composite (out), and S-Video (in). My DVD player has optical audio (out), S-Video (out), and A/V composite (out). (I think it also has component, but that doesn't matter for now) My VCR has co-axial (in and out) and A/V composite (in and out) Here's my question: how do I hook both my VCR and my DVD player up to the TV at the same time without having to use co-ax? I tried using A/V composite cables to hook my DVD player into my VCR, and my VCR into my TV. (With the Cable still going in through the co-axial) That didn't work. It may have been anti-copy protection, or it may have been something else. Either way, I couldn't get the DVD player on the screen. The way I have it now is the VCR hooked to the TV via co-ax and the DVD hooked to the TV via A/V composite. I don't like this though because the co-ax doesn't allow me to take advantage of the VCR's stereo output. So... can it be done?