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I am trying to connect my Denon AV surround receiver to my LG 60PK550 TV. I connected the cables to the receiver and to the back of the TV identical to how I had it connected to my Sony TV. However, when I turn off the speakers on the TV, like I had to with the previous TV in order to get the speakers to produce sound, it doesn't work. Is there a special setting on the TV I don't know about to make sound come from my external speakers?

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LG 60PK550 only outputs the audio via the optical out port on the back of the TV the HDMI ports don't have arc capabilities

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I have the same issue. The audio seems to be okay through an antenna input, but not through an outside source input. There is about a 100ms audio lag, and the video is processed about 50ms faster than normal, making a total audio lag of about 150ms. To fight this I run any audio source through a separate receiver/stereo. The problem is now cut back down to the 50ms video lag difference. I am going to try putting video signals through the receiver too, maybe to induce some lag there and even things out even more.. Using the digital output does not help any (I've tried it), any audio is still processed by the tv and therefore slowed down.

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depending on how many speaker you intend to run will determine the type of amp you will need.  Set the output on the source unit to optical out.   Connect the optical cable to the amp.  Connect the speakers to amp.  turn them all on and select the iput of the source unit on the amp and enjoy.
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You don't necessarily need a receiver. You can use powered monitors (speakers). Powered computer speakers would also work. I have the 32" and use Beringer powered monitors using a standard 3.5mm audio cable to connect to the TV. Works well. Optical interface is available and would probably perform better but I doubt I would notice the difference.

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