Sony Bravia TVs have several types of audio output connectors, including digital optical out and RCA. Digital optical cables can carry any audio format the TV can produce, including Dolby Digital 7.1, while RCA cables can only carry 2-channel stereo. If you're connecting your Bravia TV to an audio/video receiver, you'll get the most out of your set-up if you use digital optical cable to connect your TV to the receiver. The set-up described here will allow you to play your TV's sound through speakers connected to the receiver.
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Things you need
- HDMI cable
- Digital optical audio cable
Turn off the TV and receiver.
Plug an HDMI cable into one of the receiver's HDMI outputs, and connect the other end to an HDMI input on the TV.
Connect audio cables to the TV's audio output you want to use and connect their other ends into one of the receiver's audio inputs.
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