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HDMI Connection Does a hdmi cable provide better picture and sound than a regular cable connection?

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I will issue a piece of friendly advice - while HDMI is leagues better than a regular cable connections, the Philips LCD TV's have a screwy encryption system that will give you new problems - sporadic picture loss. If you want better picture and fewer headaches, use Component (Red, Green and Blue) cables. you will get 1080i, which is till HD - and fewer problems.

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Yes it does, HDMI can handle more information and provide better picture and sound. Works like this, Cable-OK, Component-Even Better, HDMI and DVI-both Digital and the best sound and video. The only way to get full HD is with HDMI or DVI. Hope this helps

Posted on Jan 17, 2009

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