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LG 77C9 TV settings not holding


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Has anyone else run into this? In an effort to get clear dialog over the constant background music on today's TV shows so loud you can't hear the actors, I change d the sound out setting to internal speakers+ optical out to my Denon X4400H which is set up  7.1.  Big improvement!! The issue - when I turn the TV off via the remote, the  Denon shuts off as well which is OK.  When I turn the TV back on the sound out setting has reset to internal tv speakers and I have to go back and re-enable .  Also, when I first  changed the sound out to internal+optical the Denon came on as well.  Now I have to  turn it on manually.  When I shut the TV off, the Denon still goes off as well.  Has anyone else run into this?

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