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Connecting to surround sound system

I have a ps3, directtv hd receiver, and a Samsung 1080p tv, I would like to know what I would need to connect to a sound system, I do not have any sound system yet.

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  • morteleux Nov 26, 2008

    my thanks for the quick answer, yes it helps a lot,

  • morteleux Nov 26, 2008

    my thanks for the quick answer, yes it helps a lot,

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Hi to connect your ps3 to your tv all you would need is a hdmi to hdmi connector which would mean the sound would come straight out of your tv. The sound comes directly out of the hdmi cable. If you want to connect the ps3 to an external reciver you might want to get an AV reciver with HDMI inputs. This would connect to your tv and you can switch channels to different sources connected into the receiver, also they come with very good seperate speakers so you wouldnt have to use you telly speakers and you can connect your directv box into it aswell.

Alternatively you can connect the audio phono outputs from your AV multiout connector on your ps3 (the cable should be provided) to a seperate sound system with phono AUX inputs, these are found on most soundsystems but check with whoever your buying it from. But this means that you cant use the HDMI output of your PS3 for video just the AV multiout video signal (which is a bit rubbish, so I suggest the latter solution.

Hope this solves your problem
Rob

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