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It could be a potentially corrupted movie file or disc. If it is a disc, examine it near a light source to check for scratches; also, consider testing it in a DVD player of some kind, and determine if the audio problem persists. Otherwise, if it is a file, try using another program to play it, or find another copy. If the audio problem persists for all movies, consider changing the program.
The Playstation 3 is a wonderful video game console, however, with heavy usage, the laser does eventually burn out. The first signs of the laser starting to burn out is that your game will start freezing during game play. Eventually the game will stop reading altogether (even though movies sometimes still work). Eventually movies will stop working and the whole laser will eventually die.
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You can figure out real quick through isolution what the problem is and who to point the finger at. Go ahead and unplug your xbox 360 system and hook it up to another tv. It doesn't have to be hdmi, just a standard one can work fine so you can plug the yellow video, and two white/red audio cables in to test. If that works then you need to look at the ports on your tv or sound system as the source problem. Check the settings...it doesn't hurt to reset them and reconfigure. Also check the xbox system settings in the Dashboard and verify. That will get the ball rolling and get your solution asap. Good luck!!!
the audio skipping like that mean that the wires are shorting or frayed... you will have to replace your audio cords. Just as a note if this doesnt fix it theres a chance its inside the ps3 or just your audio reciever. Oh, before you go buying the audio cord try messing with the audio setting in the menu first, it might just be your audio sampling is set too low
Could be an overheating issue.. Is there enough air circulation around the unit? Is it possibly dusty? try and perform minor servicing (use a can of compressed air incase if there's dust causing problems)