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I cant have audio when a use the dvi conection :/

Already got the RCA connected

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Its a early set of this series, If set works from RCA style what are you trying the DVI for? A bit of an explanation of what you hope to gain and what the set is doing or NOT doing would help to assist you.

Posted on Dec 11, 2012

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I have an RCA D52W20 that I connected to my PS3 with an HDMI/DVI Cable. The display is fine in 480i. However, No sound is coming from the TV.


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