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Can I play my ps3 (Game input) and listen to music on my phone (SA-CD/CD input) at the same time? I want to see video from one source, and listen to audio from a different source. If so how do I do that?
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Look in the manual (download it from Sony if you have to). You're looking for something that allows you to change the audio input for each video input. Not all receivers have it though.

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Look in the manual (download it from Sony if you have to). You're looking for something that allows you to change the audio input for each video input. Not all receivers have it though.

Yep I have the manual. I downloaded it and posted pics of what it says to do but I don't really get it. It says press the arrow keys to go through the different options. But it doesn't go through each step like I think it should. I don't get stumped on electronics hardly ever lol, but stumped for sure on this haha.

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