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I have my xbox 360 connected via hdmi to my yamaha rx-v363 receiver, and the receiver connected to my sony bravia lcd tv via hdmi as well. The xbox picture comes through to the tv fine, but the sound will not come through the sound system (nor tv speakers). Is there some sort of input/output setting I need to change?

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Connect Xbox via HDMI to DTV/IN, Connect HDMI from out to Sony Bavia's HDMI/IN. Connect TV's Optical out to amps DTV/Optical in.

2X HDMI cables and one Optical are required.

Enjoy great sound :)

OH: choose the DTV input then stereo and then dolby 5.1 etc .. cheers

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Are you choosing the right function on your receiver? What input are you pressing on your receiver and where do you have the audio hooked up. You should try wiring the audio direct to tv and see if sound works that way. One of your HDMI cables might be bad also.

Posted on Oct 25, 2009

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Enjoy great sound :)

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