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What cable to get?

I have purchased a LG home theater system to go with my 62528. I want to get digital audio from the TV to the receiver. The digital output on the TV appears to be a RCA jack, while the receiver has an optical input. Is there a cable to connect the two so I can get dolby and 5.1 on TV broadcasts?

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  • manning_mike Jan 14, 2009

    thanks, but no link was here

  • manning_mike Jan 14, 2009

    that's it! thanks

  • Anonymous Apr 01, 2014

    Does this tv use a digital optical cable or?

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Hi manning mke, I beleive you will need a optical to rca converter, here is a link to one. Let me know if this helps. Lone99star

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  • Jason Morris Jan 14, 2009

    Sorry I  forgot to add the link. http://www.thetwistergroup.com/product/c...

  • Terry Tibbetts Dec 09, 2012

    Your solution did not solve the problem for my particular problem.....but the link to a DAC that you provided allowed me to add other DCA's to the buy list should that be necessary. Thanks!

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