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How do I get digital audio out from a panasonic panel to optical in on a yamaha amp

My Yamaha amp has a optical plug but the tv has no optical out only hdmi out is it possible to get an adaptor

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The TC-L55E50 has an optical output located on the rear of the TV. Simply connect the optical cable from the TV to the amplifier.

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