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I have a lg plasma tv tryin to get the panasonic scpt480 connected i have sound threw dvd player but not tv wat cables should i use

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There are a couple of different ways you could go with this. Your Panasonic SCP-T480 has an HDMI and a digital optical port HDMI carries audio and video signal so, it would be your easiest/best bet. Digital Optical provdes sound only but, provides as good sound quality as HDMI but, no video To use the digital optical for sound you would also have a composite(RCA) cable to gain your video.

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