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I am having problems trying to connect my celestial tv PT4252HD to a receiver (amplifier) - tried HDMI = no go. Marian

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You need to find the audio output on the TV that matches an audio input of the receiver. The HDMI of the TV is an input only, not an output. For this tv, there is an A/V out and digital (optical) audio out. You will need the appropriate cable.

Some receivers have HDMI in (for a connection to a Blu-Ray player or other set-top box) and then an HDMI out that goes to the TV.

I hope this helps.

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