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Connect the receiver to a Samsung LN32A450 TV?

I am attempting to connect the Onkyo TX 8511 receiver to a Samsung LN32A450 LCD Television. Naturally Onkyo says one way, Samsung another, and Best Buy yet another. Would appreciate any assistance. Thanks.

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I have a model LN32A330 which is probably has connections similar to yours. I'm not home right now to check whether it has a digital output, but I know for sure it has an analog audio output available. You can run that output to an available auxiliary or a/v source input on the receiver and that will work for you. That's how I have mine connected. If the set has a digital output and the receiver offers digital inputs, that's another connection possibility. The digital output on some brands of TV only works in conjunction with the tuner, and may not always have output. The analog method is guaranteed to work.

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