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DVI - HDMI cabel connection.

I use DVI -HDMI cabel to conect my older HDTV with no HDMI input and new receiver( then I connect this cabel) sound is gone, it's heppen when I use DVD player( connected HDMI cabel to reciever).

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You must use a separate two wire audio cable with this connection.

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