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Sharp television and panasonic cinema system with hdmi connection

I have just purchased a panasonic cinema system and a hdmi lead.
I already have a sharp flatscreen with a hdmi portal. however when connecting the hdmi cable with the cinema system to television we only receive sound from the scart leads - as when we take out the scart leads no sound is produced from cinema system.
The hdmi cable is connected in ext.5 however sound is only registering in ext 1 and 2. SkyTV is connected to ext 1.
How do i make the TV to recognise the extension 5 as sound?

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Ok, here's the deal. You can have sound being putout from hdmi coming from one of those sharp units, but it just depends on how you are connected. If you are using a digital audio output, from the tv, it wont push out the sound the way that it should. You will have to downgrade to using audio composite cables to connect to your external speaker system from the audio ouputs, not the digital audio outputs. Its not designed to push out sound from an hdmi cable. The BEST way to have this setup is to run your sound directly from the cinema to the external audio source(leaving the hdmi cable in the tv).

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