HDMI output on Apple TV 4 sends audio and video on TV, not just audio and video for TV to a stereo receiver

Just hooked up our new Apple TV. Excited is no longer need to use both optical HDMI cables so that everything happens [with our compatible audio receiver HDMI.] But to hook the HDMI cable to the receiver, it sends audio and video to the TV. The audio will not play back via the receiver which is very annoying. Anyone else having this problem?

It all depends on how your receiver and the TV are connected. the general idea that underlies the HDMI, is that he send audio/video in HD quality via the same cable...

my system is configured - Live tv on HDMI1, HDMI2 on ATV, bluray on HDMI3 and cable optical audio output to receiver - no "entry" material I look at, the audio comes through tv receiver.

on the other hand, my father has everything connected to the receiver via HDMI, which acts as a transition to television, but he needs to change the entry on BOTH the TV and the receiver...

How is your audio connected TV to the receiver - it cable on which exit?

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