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The 360 comes with composite cables, which don't support hi-def. You have to buy component cables separately. When you plug in the component cable, it has an optical audio input where it plugs in. You just plug your optical audio cable into that and don't bother with the RCA cables at the end.
I don't know if I agree with the Bluetooth statement, as both the PS3 and Wii use it for their controllers if I understand that correctly (and even the 360 may use a modified form), and there appears to be no data transmission delay. Wireless IR is a good full bandwidth solution though, as that's how my Sony surround sound setup works wirelessly with my rear speakers - there's a large IR transmitter that sends a full bandwidth signal wirelessly to my rear speakers. All my rear speakers need is one power outlet, which is not an issue for me since there's one behind the sofa. That eliminates a lot of wiring hassles. The bigger the IR transmitter and receiver, the harder it is to block.
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