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...HDMI-DVI cable for PS3 Unable to configurate the side buttons when using HDMI-DVI cable to play from PS3 to LCD monitor. PS3 works perfectly using HDMI cable to LCD TV. Sounds like your LCD monitor ...

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...sound ( PS3 unit to HD monitor.) You mean HDMI to DVI right? You need a cable hdmi----->dvi, there are a lots of them, you will find them in any good tv/audio store or on the net. Buy one of good ...

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sound I plug my PS3 into the monitor using a HDMI cable but there is no sound coming from the monitors speakers. The volume is on 100 and mute is off. Does anyone have a solution to my problem. Thanks

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...PS3, go into the settings section of the menu. Click down to the Sound Settings choice, near the bottom, and press X. Press X again to enter the Audio Output Settings. Click down to the Audio Input ...

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PS3 to a different TV using the same cable and see if you will hear a sound. Please let me know what happen so that we can continue troubleshooting.Thanks First of all you must confirm if the fault is

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...PS3 through hdmi connection. The audio stopped working. I tried muting and un-muting but nothings happening. How do I get my audio back?? I'd check in the control panel under sounds and see what ...

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