There are few things more exciting than finally buying that too-big-for-your-living-room television you've been obsessing about for the last several years. Maybe you had the television but you just bought a spanking new AV receiver and you’re all set to watch (and listen to) that movie you’ve been saving for just this occasion. 

You connect the HDMI cable to your television and run a pair of RCA cables to the back of your receiver. 

You get it all set up, you invite your friends over along with that brother-in-law of yours who is always competing with you, then the first close-up comes on screen and...your movie looks like a badly dubbed foreign film.

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