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When trhing to watch Netflix I get an error message"this content requires HDCP for playback" on my LC320EMX

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HDCP- High bandwith digital content protection is something that would be built into your tv. it prevents you from copying programs to another device. You have two options- one use a different type of cables like say rca red-white-yellow cables or for hd video. component blue green red cables and red and white cables for sound

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