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Want to connect fiber optic audio cable

No fiber optic connection is there another way to connect it

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If you have something providing an optical signal, you will need something such as a receiver that will accept and decode the optical signal. If you are able to make use of the HDMI instead of the optical audio channel, this would be the easiest bet. Otherwise you are looking at needing to get a receiver if you want to have more than 10W of stereo output, or if you simply wish to convert the optical signal into something the TV can understand, any fiber optic to analog converter, such as Amazon item B003OND0N4 (Search that string on Amazon)

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