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I have video for my hdtv but no audio

I ran a hdmi/dvi cable from my cable box to my tv and i have video but no sound for it. what do i need to do to get sound?

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I know it's been a while since you posted this, but perhaps this can help someone else. Check your cable box. I have Time Warner Cable with an HD-DVR. There is an option in the audio setup menu that will switch the audio from composite/digital to HDMI. I found this as I tested composite cables to fix a video issue with my TV, but lost audio when I switched back. Merely a setting issue. Hope this helps.

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