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Can I set default speaker to optical and not internal speaker?


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My sound settings is only "optical" not "optical and internal speakers", so I don't unterstand why he jumps back to "internal speakers". When I start my TV the soundbar powered on with optical and all working fine. When I connect my BT headphones, all working fine with BT headphones, but after disconnect BT the TV jump back to internal speakers, not optical.

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