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Mitsubishi ws55411. Which connection to use for 1080i signal?

I just received a Blu-Ray for xmas. I know my set does not get 1080p but it says it will receive 1080i. There are two sets of r,g,b connectors on the back and one set appears to have a "h" "v" additional connection. How do I hook up the bluray player to get the 1080i picture quality?

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SOURCE: Will not display 1080p from a Sony ps3??

Connect your PS3 through the HDMI 2 port on the TV and as a PC under the tv settings. Then auto setup the tv on the PS3 and it will now see it as 1080P. It will give you some error message whenever the PS3 is first turned on but it will work. Hope this helps everyone.

Ryan

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