blu ray surround sound

ToxicMetal555

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So i got a blu ray player with a surround sound setup the model is a panasonic sb-hf770 and i want to hook it up to my computer for surround sound so im useing a digital toslink cable for the blu ray to my computer and i do not have a sound card im useing the one in my mother board nd im not getting sound what should i do? thanks
 
Did you set the toslink output as your audio device in "Sound and Device Audio Properties", Audio tab, Sound playback? You can access it from the Control Panel or by right clicking on the speaker icon on the taskbar and selecting adjust audio properties.
You will also need to click on the volume tab, speaker settings advanced and then change the speaker type to 5.1 or 7.1 depending on the HTS.
 

ToxicMetal555

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i connot find the toslink option in it is the settings your talking about in the windows sound thing or Realtel HD audio manager
 

ToxicMetal555

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the blu ray model is SA-BT300
 

ToxicMetal555

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what ts HTB im useing windows 10
 
HTB = Home Theather in a Box - your Panasonic' SA-BT300
On your Windows 10: Can you select "Digital out" as sound device?
RIght-click on the speaker icon in the task bar, "PlayBack devices" - you should have something labeled "Digital ..."
 

ToxicMetal555

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ok so i found it and i set it as default i just can hear sound
 
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