Originally Posted by RYANtheTIGER
What cable do I need to go from my cable box, PS3, & Apple TV to my AV Receiver and then from my AV Receiver to my TV?
I guess alk3997 already covered this but I just run a 6' High Speed HDMI cable for my AppleTV 2 to the HDMI input of my AVR. A 3' High Speed HDMI cable from the BD player to the receiver and then a 6' High Speed HDMI cable to the tv. My tv reception is OTA only so the antenna is connected directly to the Cable input of the tv and I run optical out from the tv to the AVR for discrete 5.1 audio. Your cable box could be connected the same way. I don't have a PS3 but I would imagine that you'd want to connect that directly to the AVR as well and the HDMI out to the tv for video. And yes, as pointed out, certified High Speed HDMI cables are all you need (probably more than you need for the reasons listed), and good ones can be had for considerably less than the "M" brand.
alk3997: I had to laugh at your comment about getting paid for the link. How very true