I have a panasonic blue ray cinema system connected to my PS3. Whenever i turn on the blue ray system the internet connection is cut off from my PS3 so am unable to go online.....have it connected with optical lead , my ISP is Tiscali. Only one HDMI and one Optical ports in TV so cannot connect there. Was working when first installed now last week has started to do this. Any ideas???
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One of the way to connect the whole system is using only HDMI cable version 1.3a. There is audio return channel built into the cable.So you do not have to connect the optic cable. Sky box to TV using HDMI LG HT805 to TV using HDMI. Even the Sky box audio will come back to the LG-HT through the audio return path.
All Blue Ray players need to be updated from time to time to keep up with the growing technology of Blue Ray. PS3 is the same way. It is asking you to update your PS3 in order to play the disc. On the back of the PS3 is a Ethernet port (looks like an over sized phone jack) connect this to your internet (modem) and it will update your encryption key and software needed to play Blue Ray discs. Here is a link for that as well. http://manuals.playstation.net/document/en/ps3/2_60/video/aacs.html
HDMI audio in this setup is a one way street. Audio will not come back from the TV to the audio system. Sorry as you have not shown the model number I can not advise on the system fully. However, it is standard on the current Panasonics to use Optical audio as a return feed or phonos. Optical would be best as it carries full digital surround, whilst the phonos only carry "surround" It may help for you to look a the new Panasonic web sit as there is now an interactive "How to connect your system" PanamanNE
There is no substitute for HDMI. However, the 'digital in' cable connection that you want to use is still digital and will sound almost exactly the same. The differences are barely noticeable to the human ear. Here is a list for you to see the pecking order of each type of connection.
Audio connections from best to least go in this order:
1. HDMI (digital)
2. Fiber optic (digital)
3. Coax - Digital (digital) <--- The one you want to use.
4. Component (analog)
5. RCA/AV (analog)
Video connections from best to least go in this order:
1. HDMI (full HD digital)
2. Component (Blue, green, red, white, red - HD analog)
4. RCA/AV (Yellow, white, red)