I just got a new TV. Until now, I was using a coaxial cable to connect my DVD/VCR to the old thing. Now that I have a TV set up for genuine video and audio inputs as my DVD/VCR seems to be intended for, I want to try using those cables. HOWEVER: The DVD/VCR has place to plug in three cables: a yellow for video, and a red and white for each of two audio - presumably with stereo in mind (they are marked "R" and "L", which makes this more than an idle presumption). The new TV has two - the yellow for video and a single white one for audio. Should I plug the white one only into one of the DVD/VCR plugs and the other end into the TV? Will that lead to my not getting half of the audio that is expected to come through the "red" speaker? Or will it just put all the audio through that one plug, like the coaxial does? Should I plug in both on the DVD/VCR and just the white one on the TV? Should I ignore those audio outputs and use the yellow video cable but use the "coaxial audio" plug in the back of my DVD/VCR? (I think that's there mainly for playing music CDs, though. Or maybe it's for all audio?) Or perhaps the regular coaxial plug will deliver the audio to the TV while the video is delivered by the yellow video cable? As you can see, this situation has me a bit confused. All help will be appeciated. For the time being, I'm sticking with the familiar...but no doubt inferior...regular coaxial connection.