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What type of hdmi will i use in this tv (Sharp Lc-32|400m 32") Because its thinner than a standard hdmi but it is not a mini hdmi

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There are 3 types of HDMI (as far as I know) one of them should be
see picture in link bellow:
http://www.answers.com/topic/hdmi

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