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How can I run the audio from the tv through my receiver/amp and speakers ?

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You can't, at least not from the TV directly. This set doesn't have any audio output jacks for connecting to an external amplifier. If you're using the TV all by itself, on a cable system without a converter box, for instance, there's nothing you can do. But if you're using a cable box, satellite receiver or other set-top box, you could run the audio output from that device to the amp and turn the volume down on the TV. In this case, you're not running the sound from the TV to the amp; you're running the sound from the source to the amp and just using the TV as a video monitor, but the result is the same.

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