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AUDIO I can not receive any audio thru mu surrond sound system. I have an hdmi cable from cable box to TV. I have tried everyting I can think of to get audio thru my surrond system but have had zero luck.Any suggestions..

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  • glen24km Dec 03, 2008

    Same thing, no sound to surround sound like I had before. But I just bought a sony ps3 and a logitech universal remote and did the hdmi from the cable box. Don't know if it's related or not.

  • George Robinson Aug 05, 2012

    usually a jack plug into the earphone socket and then to surrond sound works fine

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This TV ONLY transfer audio OUT to a ANALOG SYSTEM THRU AND ANALOG SIGNAL. That is, TV will play sound fine in your surround system but any digital (HDMI) wont sound.

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