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I am attempting to add blu ray player and have hdmi cable with analog connections but am unable to get it installed.

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You need to use red blue and green component cable to connect this to a hi definition player. hdmi to analogue is not possible without expensive circuitry as well i know you can buy hdmi to phono leads but they will not work for this kind of application. what outputs does the blue ray player have?

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If I remember correctly, this TV has a couple of constraints that will cramp your style:

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