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    Connecting 32PFL7605 to a receiver

    Hi, I would like to connect my 32PFL7605 with a Marantz Receiver in order to have the audio played over my speakers.
    How to connect HDMI and audio cables between the TV and the receiver and what settings need to be adjusted. Have tried many options, but it is not working yet.

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    Hi,

    you can only use HDMI 1 ARC (Audio Return Channel). Of course you can connect with SPDIF or Cinch-Out of your TV.

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    Hi

    The TV does give you the Option to connect with HDMI-1 (ARC) but this will only work if your A/V Receiver supports this feature.
    Other Option would be the SPDIF Output (Digital Coaxial) or at last the Headphone Jack.
    (note: the Chinch Connectors (EXT 3) are only Inputs, so no Sound coming out there)



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    Quote Originally Posted by Philips - Thomas View Post
    (note: the Chinch Connectors (EXT 3) are only Inputs, so no Sound coming out there)
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    right.. my fault But you can use a cable from headphone jack to cinch

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