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No audio with digitial audio while playing LBP

So I have my PS3 connected to my entertainment system (which actually is my sound card on my computer) and it works great for every game I play except Little Big Planet.

Anyone else have this problem, had this problem and now how to solve it, or have the number for Sony's Playstation support?

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  • jdv011 Jan 09, 2009

    anyone have playstation stechnical support number for ps3? i need to call them about other problems i have too.

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Little big planet uses almost all of sonys computing power to play alot of other games only uses a small fraction im sorry no fix currently known to me

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