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Optical audio not working

I am trying to get optical audio in from my Samsung 5087 DLP TV. I can see red light coming in from the cable from the tv, when I plug it into the JVC the display recognizes that it is hooked up but no sound comes out. I have it set to Digital input and TV for digital in. Any suggestions? Are the two devices compatible? Thanks!

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  • Stevehose Sep 04, 2007

    After further testing, I believe the problem is that if you have HDMI in to TV from cable box, then optival out is blocked for some reason. When I switched to the built in TV tuner the optical worked fine on the JVC.

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I have this problem but i dont have a cable box, if i use rca's i get sound but optical cable nothing

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