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Getting playstation 3 sound coming out of dvd surround

Ive just bought a wharfdale dvd 400htdab player(surround system),i've got freeview coming out of it fine but when i try to playstation coming out theres nothing,i was advised to buy a optical audio lead which plugs straight into both playstation3 and dvd player but as yet still no sound, i havent got a manual so im at a loss,any help would be appreciated............ thanks

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  • budd1974 Nov 15, 2007

    cant get sound from my xbox360 - i to bought a optical cable but still no sound

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This wont be very helpful, but, it is worth noting that although you may think you bought a "Wharfdale" product, i'm afraid you haven't. Chan bros. bought the rights to the name some time ago and so what you have is a cheap non-descript chinese import. sorry.

Posted on Dec 19, 2007

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