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Hook up everything right,but can't seem to get suround sound from TV. Went to Bestbuy and brought a Digetal Optical cable and it still dosen't seem to give mr that sound like the home theater sound---help!

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On the remote press the surround mode button and set it to Prologic movies or music when you are watching TV to get the rear speakers to work.
Or if you have Digital cable TV with Dolby Digital 5.1 content, make sure you have connected theLG to your TV using HDMI v1.3a. There is an audio return channel on this cable which will stream 5.1 audio signal to the LG system.

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