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DVD UPSCAILER 1080i

I tired to hook a Phillips 1080i upscailer up to my Mits. I used a HDMI to DVI cable. The connections were good. I selected the mono link for the device. The display read Monolink 1080i standard, but there was no video. I checked the settings on the dvd player by using component video to see what the hell I was doing. As far as I can tell, all the setting were good to go. I disconnected the hdmi part of the cable to see what the dispay would read. It only read monlink. As soon as I pluged it in again and it read 1080i standard. Still had no picture. I do not think the cable is bad. Any thoughts?

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  • Joe Smith Jun 04, 2007

    The DVI cable I used was a DVI D. It was for a single signal, not a dual. Does this make any difference?

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Get a new set of cable and try again if nothing then you will have to get a tech to check your set good luck.

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