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post #11 of 22
As long as the monitor has an output port and not an input port then it should work perfectly.
Just make sure to set the audio on the ps3 to HDMI and make sure that whatever settings on the monitor needs to be turned on etc.
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post #12 of 22
mine is ran from my ps3 to my tv, then from my tv to my surround on spdif. works like a charm. then again, all of my gear is ran through my tv then i have a single spdif to the surround for everything
post #13 of 22
I obviously might not know the whole story, but you're aware you can go
PS3 > HDMI > TV/Monitor
PS3 > Fiber Optic > Z-5500
Just go under audio settings and tell the PS3 you have a seperate SDIF to output. HDMI doesn't HAVE TO carry the sound. Sorry if I missed this or theres more to the story but ya.
post #14 of 22
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Originally Posted by TheCondor13 View Post
I obviously might not know the whole story, but you're aware you can go
PS3 > HDMI > TV/Monitor
PS3 > Fiber Optic > Z-5500
Just go under audio settings and tell the PS3 you have a seperate SDIF to output. HDMI doesn't HAVE TO carry the sound. Sorry if I missed this or theres more to the story but ya.


There you go, that's the way to do it. But he wanted to use the coax connector, not optical. My guess is he's already using the optical for his PC or something else.
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There you go, that's the way to do it. But he wanted to use the coax connector, not optical.
Kinda what I posted earlier
    
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Doh! TheCondor13 is totally right. In fact, that is exactly how I have mine setup lol. except mine goes to the receiver and not the speakers first.
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post #17 of 22
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Kinda what I posted earlier
Yea, but I thought what you were trying to say was that he can change his audio to go through the HDMI to the TV, not that he can have both HDMI and Optical plugged in and split the video/audio signals.
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post #18 of 22
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I have owned a PS3 before, and I did use hdmi/dvi cable + optical to z-5500, however I now own a monitor with component, vga, dvi, and hdmi, and also own a xbox 360, wii, and ps3,

and with the xbox 360, i use the vga cable which has the optical built on
the wii i use the component inputs with an RCA to 3.5mm adapter that hooks into a 3.5mm splitter on my analog channel on the control pod
and then, what i planned with the ps3 was to use the coaxial audio port to the monitor, and then hdmi ran into the ps3

thing is though, when i was using hdmi on the xbox 360, with coax audio, my control pod wasn't switching to dolby 5.1 mode, it was staying on stereo, EVEN THOUGH, it was working at one point. i'm not sure what happened, the monitor doesn't really have any options for that, although it can detect if it has audio playing to other sources, so it disables the speakers.

the manual for the monitor actually gets a little specific and says:


the spdif port is listed as the "spdif out of hdmi" so...
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post #19 of 22
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Even so I don't see why not. There should be a setting on your display that turns your display speakers off and outputs to the SDIF. At least that's how my LG plasma works
Can't you just SPDIF out of the PS3 into the Logitech? Sending Video through the TV?

That'd be easier, any who.
    
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post #20 of 22

Might be a PITA (unless you don't mind clicking a switch depending on what you want to play) but this is an alternative way.


Hook up both 360 and PS3 to this with optical cables, and hook up Z5500 pod to other end, then switch between PS3/360 with the little rotating switch.
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