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Through audio on AV receiver

I want to send audio throught the reciever to the TV... it is hooked up with HDMI and does not allow audio to pass through the receiver other than to the stereo speakers.
Is there a setting on the reciever or do i need to run a separate audio cables.
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  • chadf Jan 27, 2009

    the product is a pioneer vsx-9130txh-k

  • chadf Jan 27, 2009

    the TV is an LG 42" 1080p... not sure of exact model #

  • CV-FE May 11, 2010

    What type of TV & Mdl # ?

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No depending on the brand of reciever the only way too get audio is to connect your devices to the tv first and audio out of the tv to the reciever or run a audio cord from the device to the tv also

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