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Playstation 3 Plugged in playstation 3 with HDMI to a projector, the projector is connected to marantz but I cannot get any sound. Any suggestions?

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I assume that the Marantz has an Optical lead input. If so you should connect an digital optical lead directly between the PS3 and the Marantz receiver for the sound while keeping the HDMI lead to the projector for the picture. You will need to configure the PS3 to be outputting the sound to the optical output (done through the settings menu).

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