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To get others the info to help, post a link to that Sony surround system so they know exactly what you have.
Link to my Sony Surround System
And what's wrong with connecting the PS3 the old way?
RE: And what's wrong with connecting the PS3 the old way?
I was just following the Sony surround sound system's manual so I could listen to PS3 games or Blu-rays in surround sound.
If I hook the PS3 to my TV, can I still hear PS3 games and Blu-rays in surround system?
Try make an digital audio connection...
between the TV and the surround system. It should work but I am not 100% sure. Are you using this connection now? If not, then give it a try. It won't hurt anything.
Re: Connecting Your Sennheiser Wireless Headphones
I bought my Wife a set of Wireless Sennheiser Headphones (One for her and one for me
or a guest) We have a Sony Trinitron TV and were using the closed caption (with the sound on as well) as ? we are not hearing as well, have two Older Kids in the house
and it sounds great as well)
They charge on a base station one at a time and have quite a extended battery-charge life
These are truly wireless , we can site on the sofa with them on and watch Cable TV
or DVD's through a Sony DVD-R (We can use DVD +RW or -RW and reformat them to
save money rather than use DVD-R's Its a basic wire in so the audio signal transmits
By your post (correct me if I am wrong) You indicated You used to plug them in
Our son has a wireless headphone with a microphone for his XBox 360 (when using the Live online capability) and we do not hear anything from his TV and gaming system
The company (now) has come out with a multi-platform headset-microphone for the PS3
as well as the Xbox 360 (its in Florida and also sells on Amazon) off the top of my head I do not recall the name of the company (but high quality, great warranty and under $100.00
The Sennheiser set I bought ? two years ago was abit more than that and bought it through Amazon
The Owner of Sennheiser (Mr. same last name) recently passed away sadly, the Company has expanded in to many areas and their microphones XLR are high quality for a good price point, I have one of their microphones that I use along with Shure SM57's and SM58's
Sorry if I got off track here s well
Best of Luck
connecting my sennheiser 120 headsets to sony home theater
all ports are in use on back of my Sony home theater system. including digital optical audio out and all HDMI ports...the receiver controls sound for TV. Blu-ray, and X=Box...need some help on how to hook up headsets so whatever component I'm using, the sound comes thru headsets only. Is this possible? the Sony home theater is an HT_SS360 model
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Answer: Some receivers have headphone jacks that do this. Call Onkyo and ask which model will do this trick.