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    HDMI and phono cable

    Does anyone know if such a cable exists? We need to connect a DVD player up in the hall and it has only a HDMI output but we need it to use HDMI to the projector but split off the audio to phono connectors to connect into the hall sound system.

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    Not a cable - HDMI carries digital signals, so audio will need to be processed to an appropriate analogue signal. You can get small boxes to do that - this for example.
    Last edited by pcstru; 26th January 2013 at 09:50 AM.

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    Has your projector got audio out? It means another cable but might be the cleanest solution.

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