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Connection of HDMI and Directv box

I am trying to conect this TV with a new Directv Box, but I am getting no sound or picture. I know where to connection, just no sure if I should be using Monlink or antenna 1 or what

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  • sjbay Feb 18, 2009

    im trying to hook up my ps3 to my 62525 to the monolink hdmi and all i get is a blue screen

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Monlink is the Connection I used with my Directv. All you need to use is the HDMI cords. Are you trying to also connect to stereo system or something other than a straight HDMI connection from Directv Box to WD-62525

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