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    Any one using this system? How do I get the TV sound through with the HDMI cable or with the normal AV cables?

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    Hello Rahim!

    Welcome to the Philips Forum! It is very nice to see you here!

    To get the Audio from your TV to your device, there are three options.

    The first one is, as long as your TV is HDMI ARC complainant, to use an HDMI cable that is connected to the HDMI OUT (ARC) connector on your home theater and the HDMI ARC connector on the TV. On your TV, turn on HDMI-CEC operations and if you cannot hear the TV audio set up the audio manually.

    The second one is to use a digital optical cable that you will be connected to the OPTICAL connector on your home theater and the OPTICAL OUT connector on the TV. This option will give you the best quality audio.

    The third option is to use analog audio cables that will go from the AUX connectors on your home theater to the AUDIO OUT connectors on your TV. This option will give you basic quality audio.

    Hope this works out well for you. Please let me know how it went and feel free to make further questions, I will be happy to assist you!

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    Philips - Katerina

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