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How do you audio output to a stereo amp

I've had the ps3 hooked up to a hd tv, and have added a stereo amplifier for the TV's sound output.  I get nothing but high frequency noise when the ps3 is turned on.  There is no problem with the other gaming component (wii)connected to the TV.

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If your amp has a optic cable slot u may need one of these to transmit sound from ps3 to amp :)

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