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Is it possible to run the digital cable from the cable/sat box instead of the TV?
John, No box. I am living FREE! Antenna only. I do not remember seeing coax analog outputs to use as an option. Very close fit to the wall so if I used them they would have to be the throw-away variety. I need to open the manual I downloaded.
Then chances are good, that your TV is either set to, or outputs "multichannel" digital and therefore the 2 channel DAC is not able to process.As Phil suggests, you may be able to change that setting (if there is one) in the menu.
http://kr.eguide.lgappstv.com/manual/w17_mr/atsc/Apps/w3.5_mr_u02/u_enga/settings.htmlSee if this helps Go to "SOUND OUT"
When "Audio Out (Optical/HDMI ARC)" is selected, under Digital Sound Out settings you should be able to select Auto or PCM. You want to select PCM.
Did you check your surround settings? You should be set to 2 channel. It looks like you should be getting PCM out, but the PCM audio could still be multichannel. It does not mention downmixing to 2 channel. Optical maxes out at 2 channel PCM. Multichannel PCM can be sent through HDMI.
Thinking about the other end of the connection, my DAC has 4 input settings: 2 coax and 2 optical. Check your DAC input switch?
A kinked or bent optic cable (particularly plastic fiber) will often let you see visible red light at the connector end (as can clear vinyl end protectors that some people neglect to take off), but often either can prevent signal lock.Right-angle Toslink adapters and Toslink to Mini-Toslink adapters can also be problematic.
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