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Optical cable is pluged in but the unit wont recognize it.

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To get a digital or coaxial input, you must have the remote. Select the appropriate source on your remote (since you probably only have one digital input); it doesn't really matter which input you use. Hit menu, then use the left and right arrow buttons to select what you want to adjust, use up and down to adjust it to Coax or Digital, whichever connection you're using, then enjoy!

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The problem is that you need to select the source on the remote of the unit and then select setup, you will be able to change the source from analog to digital (i don't remember the setting) and voila! it should work

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