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Audigy 2zs how can i connect my Audigy 2zs thru SPDIF_IO with my FX 8600 GT graphic card so I can get sound on my LCD TV which is connected with HDMI cable with my PC?

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U need a 2or 3 pin spdif cable from the spdif on ur gpu to the spdif on ur mobo/soundcard. check manuals of ur gpu and mobo/soundcard for correct pin diagrams. dvi wont carry audio even if using HDMI adaptor, u need to ling the gpu to soundcard/mobo depending on what u use for sound.good luck
google "nvidia spdif to soundcard cables"

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