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No Audio Cannot get audio to play. Set-up:  PS3 connected to a Panasonic 900u HiDef projector via HDMI, and optical digital cable from PS3 into a Sony receiver - model No. strde835. Chose Digital optical as my audio source on the receiver. Please help. Thanks, TL

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YOU HAVE TO GO INTO SETUP AND SPLIT THE AUDIO SIGNAL VIA OPTICAL OUTPUT. THE PS3 WILL DETECT THE CABLE AND GIVE YOU A PROMPT.

SYTEM SETTINGS ON THE STARTUP SCREEN AND BE SURE TO NOT HAVE A GAME IN THE MACHINE AT THE TIME.

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