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Connecting Pioneer PDP-50MXE1 using DVI-D

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I have the Pioneer PDP-MXE1 and am trying to connect it to my Sony STR DG710 AV receiver i have the sound side sorted but i cant get no picture when i connect the two up using the DVI-D, i have a HDMI to DVI-D adapter in the DVI-D slot, but the picture remains black, i do not have the RGB video card for the TV, is there any way i can connect this with the inputs i have or is the only way to get the RGB card for the TV?

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Anthony

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