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I assume that you are attempting to use the Magnavox converter box to convert digital TV signals received by your antenna system into analog signals for use on an older analog (non-digital) TV set. If that is the case then your first step at troubleshooting the problem should be to view the Magnavox installation instructions to ensure that the converter, antenna, and TV are all properly connected. http://transition.fcc.gov/cgb/consumerfacts/setup-converterbox.pdf
Consider the PS3 as an audio and video source, the Cable Box as a really high-end audio source and the TV as a Video Output only. Send the Best Audio ro Video sugnal directly from its source to the BEST device that needs it. There is never any good reason to run high-end audio to a TV or any video to a receiver if your TV has multiple video hookups. Routing anything somewhere it isn't actually processed or improved only invites failures (and expense) from unnecessary cabling.
Check what type of Audio input it has on it. It should either have an Optical Audio input(glowing red while unit is turned on) or an Audio input(red and white jacks) You would run the correct cable fromthe Audio Output on your tv,To the Audio Input on your surround sound reciever. Let me know if this helps solve your problem.
1. Does your TV has an Audio OUT? If it does then connect the TV audio out to your Home Theater system's Audio In.
2. Are you using Cable box? If you do then connect the Audio out of your Cable box to the Audio In of your Home Theater system. video out of your cable box to the video in of your TV.