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You can also use HDMI ARC.  Sound from the TV's apps, like Netflix and Spotify will play through your receiver's speakers.  Your receiver must support ARC.  You turn this on in the TV's settings.  Enable SIMPLINK and then change the TV's audio settings to use ARC.

 

Warning though, I have the 65UB9500 with WebOS.  Enabling ARC slows Webos down after its been enabled for awhile.  It makes the TV's WebOS unusable.  I would do the Optical cable, if possible.

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