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Do not know how to connect my new HB954TB LG home theatre system to my LG 42inch plasma TV.

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Connect speakers to amp
connect bluray player etc via HDMI in
Then single HDMI (labelled HDMI out) to the tv. The LG will automatically switch to the correct input

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