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Hello all.I just bought this TV this weekend and i have a hard time connecting it to my surround system.
I have this tv Samsung UE40C5000.
http://www.samsung.com/ro/consumer/t...ail&returnurl=
This HD Decoder from my TV Provider.
http://cgi.ebay.de/HUMAX-PR-HD2000-C...-/160526087090
And i have this Surround System.
http://hardwareimages.com/index.php?...1&mid=0&pid=21

The TV is connected to the HD Decoder by HDMI.Samsung Anynet+ dosen't recognize the HD Decoder.
Can i connect my surround system to my HD Decoder from the "AUX Input" from Surround System going into decoders "Audio L and R" and after that i can connect the HD Decoder to my TV whit the SPDIF cable.
Is there any other way to connect this 3 things.I know if i managed to get it to work it will only be Stereo not Surround.
Any ideas will be appriciated.
I posted some link to show the connections on all 3 machines.

If this can't be done can u guys suggest some budget audio system that works whit my Tv.

Thx in advance.

Cheers.
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to get surround sound, its best to connect the SPDIF cable from ur desired device (HD Decoder) straight to the AMP (surround sound).

unfortunately it doesnt look as if ur amp has any SPDIF inputs, so i dont know how u will get surround sound sorry !
    
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With that particular surround system its going to be very hard to find any kind of adapters. It looks like it only has analog surround input which isn't used by much any more. The only thing you might be able to do is get a receiver and plug all the speaker into it instead. That will get you a lot more options for inputs.
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