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DVI-D Link is this the precurser to HDMI found on LCD & Plasma tvs? I get a great picture but I'm wondering if I'd get a using the DVI jack but I'm not aware of any set box tops or dvd's that have this jack/plug in them. Is there any way to use this DVI jack?

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HDMI and DMI have the same pin placing... so I tried placing a DVD upconverting player through this and it will only show in 480. will not go to 720 or 1080 i or p. Picture quality is almost the same.

My sugustion is stay with the component cables.

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Inputing HDMI signal to a WS-55313 55 via an HDMI-DVI cable


HDMI standard is a bear, especially "Older" versions. It should be possible to input HDMI to a DVI, either DVI-I or DVI-D, input, there are however DVI analogue too, in fact we have, 3 type of them, they are, DVI-I, DVI-A & DVI-D.... Also some HDMI do not send the Audio over it, as it should, so all in all it can be a pickle. So you MUST get a converter that works with your sort of DVI. You would have to select that DVI, input, which may be under Auxillary, or External or the like, try scrolling through your AV inputs, see if you "Find" it. if so, the set will "Read" the signal and display it automatically. The Audio, however will have to be done via the AV sockets, the Red & White stereo IN, from the DVD etc. If you have any other inputs such as Component Video, Green, Red, Blue, then this is the best way... The Audio, again must be routed to the AV, the Red & White Jacks. So ensure you have those outputs on your new DVD.
I have included a couple of links below about DVI & HDMI for your convenience. http://www.datapro.net/techinfo/dvi_info.html http://www.hdmi.org/learningcenter/faq.aspx

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I have a Zenith R57W46 TV, I am trying to connect the HDMI (From a Dish Network VIP211), to the DVI connection on the rear panel of the set, I purchased a cable that is HDMI on one end and DVI on the...


You are infact doing everything correct. More to the point and sad to say, it is the HDCP which is causing your problem. There are long drawn out explanations regarding upscaling and resolutions regarding your TV set, but to be brief, there is no proof that connecting via HDMI or DVI will actually produce any better a picture on your set than component cables. I have a sort of similar issue with my samsung 65 rear projection Tv and my PS3. The ps3 has HDMI out and my TV had DVI in, but it actually has a better picture without using those connections. I tired with an adapter for HDMI to DVI and it did work, but nothing of great quality that I had expected. With the right component cables and the correct set up on your TV, your picture should still look very sharp. I hope this helps and good luck.

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This is normal, when you go from HDMI to DVI, the sound does not get transmitted. You need a separate cable to go from audio output on the computer to Audio input to the TV. There are speaker (headphone on laptop) jack to RCA audio cables, you could also go with digital audio or even optical out if your computer and TV both have the input and outputs.

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If you to have a newer tower that has a dvi trapazoid female receceptor.Read the small print
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There will be a big difference in video quality between HDMI and S-Video. If you happen to have a DVD player that uses HDMI you can upconvert your movies to 1080i if your DVD player allows it. The only problem that you might run into is your audio. HDMI has audio built into the cable and DVI does not, with the HDMI to DVI cable you are going to have to find an alternate source for your audio to travel through. If you are looking for video quality get the HDMI to DVI cable.

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I found a user Manuel online http://www2.panasonic.com/consumer-electronics/support/Televisions/CRT-Projection-TVs/model.PT-47WXC43

went to page 24

found that a setting that would skip this port when going through the TV/Video button menu.

To solve follow these steps - Menu -> Channels -> Other Adj. -> Input Lable -> digital - IN -> If set to skip change to what ever you want.

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I have a Star Choice canadian Satellite and hooked up the DVI to the HDMI on my Tv I get a great HD picture but no sound i tried the Audio cable as per the instructions but still no sound will i need a...


dvi is just video. hdmi has both video and audio. dvi is still used because it is a standard for computers.

connect the audio from the audio rca jack to your TV / speakers. If you have surround sound you should use the SPDIF optical audio port - it'll be cleaner and support all channels.

Remember audio has to go to an amplifier or all-in-one box, which goes to your speakers. If your speakers are built into your tv you should be able to plug it in directly and then select the audio channel on your TV. If you plug it in and you still don't hear anything it's a problem with selecting the correct audio input on your TV / amplifier

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How are you connecting the DCD payer to the TV? If by chance you are using a DVI cable then you have to run the audio cables seperate from the DVI as DVI only sends video information. HDMI on the other hand sends picture and audio information on one cable.

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Everything works better on component, I know the salesman at the store says its better, but its not....I tell customers all the time (I could hook up three tvs side by side..HDMI-DVI-Component and the human eye cannot tell the difference) The reason the DVI and Hdmi were created was for copy guard encription....Although the component is an analog signal, it goes to a A/D conversion..........But this is just my insane opinion...Good Luck

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