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Getting Audio to work with our Cable Tv

We are trying to get our audio to work when we turn the receiver to DTV/CBL. We have an HDMI cable from our cable box connected to the receiver and the receiver to the TV. We have picture but the audio still comes from the TV not thru the surround sound. Can you Help?

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  • Anonymous Jan 04, 2009

    same problem. Tv volume to low by itself and can't get audio to cable tv audio to run through surround sound system (even in just left and rt). Reciever doesn't have a coaxial cable input, and the tv has no audio out.

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The HTR-6130 does not decode the audio from the HDMI inputs. It only acts as a switcher. You will need a separate audio connection from the cable box to the HTR-6130.

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