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How to get surround sound workin with ps3 and tv

Got a panasonic cinema system for christmas and want to get it workin with my ps3 and tv.

the ps3 and tv ar connected with hdmi cable and cinema system to tv via scart cable

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  • brebster1 Dec 26, 2008

    on which remote do i do this on and i have just joined the cinema system with a hdmi cable. would really appreciate if you could get this sorted

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You have to select the dolby surround button from the remote to get the sound

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