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I'm afraid you're not going to be able to get audio from HDMI since your Sanyo player doesn't have HDMI input. Looks to me like optical (if it has optical in, I can't see it) will be the way to go.
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you will have to have 2 sources then.

HDMI for your Xbox as that carries video and sound.
Component for your other stuff.
I have my Xbox into HDMI 2, DirecTV into HDMI 1, and my vcr/dvd/5.1 speaker system is empty and that where I want my sound into, my only problem is I cant split HDMI into both. So I want my audio from my TV played through my 5.1 speaker system.
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do u have 5.1 speakers like pc speakers? cos on pc 5.12 u can use them on xbox, just plug the main connector, usually green, into the headphone socket. does your speakersn not have one of those?
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I had the same problem, but luckily there was an easy solution. First off i plugged in the HDMI from the 360 to the TV, and ensured the sound came out of the tv. Then i just connected some regular red/white RC cables from my Surround sound receiver, to the AUDIO OUT slot on my TV. This way everything in the AUDIO IN slots and the sound form my HDMI on my TV will go through the AUDIO OUT to the surround sound.

Then on your 360 dashboard, go to console settings and make sure the sound is set to Dolby Digital 5.1 Surround.

Sorry its a wall of text, if you dont get what i mean just let me know ill draw a picture or something.

*edit- i also put the volume on the TV on mute all the time because sometimes the audio comes out both the TV and the surround sound.
This would really be the only solution or easiest solution from your current setup that you have picture.

I have mine setup up like this. I have a non hdmi 360 which is plugged into my tv using the component cables, and then have the composite rca cables(red & white) going from the audio out on the tv to the audio in ports on my stereo.
Edited by K092084 - 12/17/08 at 2:29pm
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I have my Xbox into HDMI 2, DirecTV into HDMI 1, and my vcr/dvd/5.1 speaker system is empty and that where I want my sound into, my only problem is I cant split HDMI into both. So I want my audio from my TV played through my 5.1 speaker system.
Use your TVs optical out to connect it to your Sanyo player (does it have optical in?).
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This would really be the only solution or easiest solution from your current setup that you have picture.
That I can do. I hope.
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Use your TVs optical out to connect it to your Sanyo player (does it have optical in?).
i dont think so.
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Use your TVs optical out to connect it to your Sanyo player (does it have optical in?).
From the pictures it doesn't look like his sanyo 5.1 system have a optical in. It is connected to the vcr/dvd player using 1 cable, which is the black cable that appears to go from the audio out on the player to audio in on the back of the 5.1 amp.
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I had the same problem, but luckily there was an easy solution. First off i plugged in the HDMI from the 360 to the TV, and ensured the sound came out of the tv. Then i just connected some regular red/white RC cables from my Surround sound receiver, to the AUDIO OUT slot on my TV. This way everything in the AUDIO IN slots and the sound form my HDMI on my TV will go through the AUDIO OUT to the surround sound.

Then on your 360 dashboard, go to console settings and make sure the sound is set to Dolby Digital 5.1 Surround.

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*edit- i also put the volume on the TV on mute all the time because sometimes the audio comes out both the TV and the surround sound.
you should try this, i third the idea

but you only need the 5.1 for your dvd player and xbox because you wont get 5.1 from your cable(or what ever you have)
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you should try this, i third the idea

but you only need the 5.1 for your dvd player and xbox because you wont get 5.1 from your cable(or what ever you have)
Why no 5.1 from his cable.... I get 5.1 from my cable.
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