@ Geaux, what I do is use the toslink out to my avr receiver when playing 3D through the mits box with hdmi direct to the TV. That will give you 5.1 surround. When I am not watching a 3D movie or game, I unplug that hdmi cable (which I have labeled 3D) and plug in another that goes to the avr and reset the PS3 to output audio through hdmi for the full meal deal Use two separate hdmi inputs on the TV, one for 3D and one for regular hdmi non-3D (on my Sammy DLP it's hdmi 3 for 3D)[If you get a Harmony remote you can program one action for "watch movie" and another for "watch 3d"...] A slight pain, but then you can have it all - you just have to get off the couch!
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7/22/11 at 12:22pm