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Connections I have an LG 50 inch Plasma HDTV, an LG Home Theatre system, a PS3 and a Sky Box. I am trying to connect them all together and hopefully use one remote. I have them all linked at the moment using scart leads and HDMI cables. I can get sound from the TV and DVD through the Surround but not the PS3. I can only get sound when using the PS3 through the TV speakers. I also have to use all the remotes. When i tried to plug in a set of wireless headphones, i was to connect the red and white leads and the phono lead but the tv dosn't have a phono socket so my headset dosn't work. Can you help with these problems

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