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simply unplug--then replug--your HDMI cable. Or also go into the audio setup menu and reapply the "automatic" setting for HDMI to get the sound to work. I don't know if Sony can do anything about this or not in a firmware upgrade, but what it can do is try to simplify the labeling on some of the sound settings.
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Sony PS3 has an Audio issue with HDMI, the only way to cure this bbuilt in defect is to use a seperate audio cable and use the HDMI for the video, I suggest the audio hook be a optical digital cable, if you don't have one they are avail on ebay very cheap, if you don't have the optical input on the TV then use standard RCA audio A and B cables
Ok you just have to do a video reset on the system, this is easy. first turn the system to standby/off with just the red light on. Then hold the front power switch (the system will turn on) till it beeps twice and shuts down. Then turn the system back on, this will reset the video/audio output to its default settings which are AV.
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Some Panasonic's have several HDMI inputs, but usually one of them will have a separate input for audio. You might move the HDMI to another port. If this doesn't apply I would run through the setup on the PS3, making sure that audio is configured correctly and not set for 24p audio. Most TV's cannot decode this audio format, unless it is very new.