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Plus the fact that there is no commercial HD-DVD or Blu-Ray playback in OS X. They really are the only source of 7.1. Commercial DVDs typically max out at 5.1 and the sound card provided will pass through this 5.1 via the optical output.

To hook it up to your home receiver, you need a mini-toslink to toslink adapter or cable.

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