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YAMAHA HTR-6130 when the hdmi calbe is plugged in by itself there is no sound the instructions say to use a digital coax for sound as the hdmi cable setup on the amp does not carry sound through the hdmi the hdmi is only for a ps3 console

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You have almost answered your own question.
The HDMI does not output sound so use it for the video only and run another cable for audio,
be it RCA or Digital Coax.

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Posted on Jan 05, 2009

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