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Can roku 3 be connected to tv by dvi/hdcp connector

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That's weird... I just looked at the back of my set Sony KE-32TS2U and it has a DVI port.

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We have hooked up our Sony HD TV Bravia Model KDL-46v5100. when we hook up the DVI connectores the message says not
HDCP not compliant, what does this mean???

Posted on Jan 01, 2010

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SOURCE: DVI Alert, your HDTV does not support HDCP. what

Ok so, I was having the same exact problem but I got mine to work.

Make sure you have your HDMI cable is connected from the TV and cable box....

1)Turn off your tv and reboot your cable box (my cable box was rebooted by pushing the following buttons AT THE SAME TIME: "info," "vol ," and "vol-").

2)Once your cable box reboots completely, power it and the TV on...

3)Push your INPUT button on the actual TV REMOTE. Give it a couple of seconds and then use your CABLE BOX REMOTE to begin switching the channels. Your HD channels will be in the 600's if you have the same cable company as I do.

Hope this helps...it worked for me

NOTE: Your COAXIAL should only be plugged in from the cable outlet on the wall to the cable box. Your HDMI cable will be the one to plug FROM the CABLE BOX to the TV

Posted on Sep 14, 2010

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Hi,

HDCP stand for High-bandwidth Digital Content Protection. It's a way to ensure protection from content piracy at the output on digital connection (that is why component work, as it's analog and not subject to this like some DVI cable or all HDMI and Dipslay Port cable).

The way it protect the data is a bit like for a securized internet connection, using encryption key.

To be able to circumvent this, you need a "HDCP Stripper".

It was invented by Intel and started to appear in 2003 on HDMI cable and (version 1.1 of HDCP) and a bit before that for DVI.

Let me know,if needed further assistance.

Hope i helped you.

Thanks for using ' Fixya ' and have a nice day!!

Posted on Dec 09, 2010

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SOURCE: How to connect my pc to my tv (my pc has a DVI connector while my tv has a HDMI and RGB connector)

You might want to search to see if adapter for dvi to hdmi etc.

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