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Connecting ps3 to home cinema

I recently bought sony home cinema system but have no optical input on it to connect ps3 how else am i going to get surround sound out of it

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  • nigel27428 Jul 25, 2009

    how do i get my ps3 to get sound out of the cinema system

  • nigel27428 Jul 25, 2009

    already have hdmi got picture but no sound tryed everything dont know what else to do

  • GFXTech May 11, 2010

    Go HDMI

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For sound use the Digital Coax in, if the PS3 has digital out. Most HiFi home cinema systems have HDMI with all channels audio through HDMI. Check cinema settings to configure input for hdmi audio, also check PS3 audio output setting options to include all supported audio type by your receiver. It's not just a plug and play. Both systems need to gor through a user setup process to make sure they sync and play well with each other.

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unwrap the cables and match them to their colour on the back of the speakers, front side, back rear, front & woofer.
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There you go..Your TV sound is on the
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