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Having just bought a Panasonic TX-37LZD80 television and a panasonic sc-pt460EB-K home cinema system, I connected the 2 together using a HDMI Cable and all works well except that I cannot get the sound from the television to play through the television, I have followed the instruction manual as follows. From the television go to Menu/Viera Link/Sound and change from speakers to Home Cinema. This then automatically turns on the home cinema system and displays AUX. All I get then is silence, I have called the suppliers and am told that the only way this can be fixed is to send a Engineer out, this sounds a little drastic?

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When I purchased the television iI was told that I would only need a HDMI cable to connect the devices together, this is not true as the HDMI only provides 1 way transmission, to get the sound to go from the television back to the home cinema you need to use either a Phono Lead or Optical lead, plug them in and Hey Presto it works.

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