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Problem with 1080p via hdmi?

My exact tv is Samsung LN-S4095D, this was the closest one to it on the site... anytime i try to hook a device up to my lcd via hdmi the 1080p setting is choppy and obviously not as clear as it should be. HDMI works fine on 1080i, 720p, etc. Just not clear on 1080p, what could be the problem?

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Are you hooking up a 1080p source..if not then the set will not display the best picture in 1080p mode..

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