Due to budgetary issues, I can't afford to buy a 3D TV/Blu-ray player. Luckily, I have a different solution, as my laptop has a BD-ROM drive, and also has CyberLink PowerDVD 13, which allows me to live-convert Blu-ray 3Ds to anaglyph red/cyan, meaning I'm able to watch 3D movies on my laptop. However, as you can probably tell, this is rather impractical. So, I tried connecting up my laptop to my TV via HDMI. Though the picture is crystal-clear, the sound is far from. The HDMI cable is only outputting in 2.0 Stereo, meaning that my poor 5.1 surround sound system is being abused by a cluttered and distorted downscaled sound mix. Basically, a DVD player acts as the hub for the surround sound. My TV is sort-of a bypass, as all sound outputs go through the TV, then to the DVD player, then out through the 6-channel setup. To put this in perspective: Blu-ray Player --> HDMI Cable --> TV --> HDMI Cable --> DVD Player --> Surround Speakers Doing some research, I've concluded that my best option to solve the problem is to use a USB 3.0 to HDMI adapter, which should allow me to output multi-channel audio and the visual feed to the television at the same time. But, before I go about ordering the equipment, I'd like the community's opinion - would this work?