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Can i connect my ps3 via hdmi port to component on my tv also is there a hdmi to DVI including two red and white jacks for audio and if so can i use it to connect ps3 to B&O beovision 7 40 ( the one without HDMI ports

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You can get a PS3 adapter cable to hook up to the AVI 4 imput on your Magnavox projection TV (the green, blue and red video and red and whit audio HD imputs) You will have to change the dispay settings to 480p (that is the HD level of the TV). it is a bit tricky because you will have to start in the non HD imput, change the setting (the screen will go blank for 30 seconds) so VERY quicky unplug the yellow, red and white cable from the PS3 and plug in the HD cable. then press the X button or right on the direction pad and the setting should change over. switch to the AVI 4 imput and you should be good to go

TIP: have the HD cable plugged into the TV already to make it quicker so you just have to change the cable in the PS3...a bit of a silly process, but it should work.

TIP2: you can get the cable needed at blockbuster, future shop or best buy.

Good luck!

Posted on Jan 14, 2010

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Same here-any help would be great!

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I have the same TV, you need a separate audio connection between ps3 and tv. HDMI can transmit audio and video but DVI (which is what the TV has) can only do video.
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you could also try this adaptor but its a bit big and therefore may not fit into the space available.
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if it works, then post a response, i'd like to know for the future.
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