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Digital audio out jack

I have connected a surround sound system via digital coax cable to the digital audio output on the TV. I still get no sound passing to the surround sound receiver. Anything I'm overlooking? I don't see an analog output, and have no cable box.

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That output only works with digital signals (digital tv channels and digital audio from the hdmi in jack).
The HDLCD2600 has no analog out. Sorry.

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