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Mitsubishi DVI input does not work

My manual says the DVI input is hdcp compliant but I can't get my cable box, DVD player or anything to show a picture. Is there something I need to set?

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Re: Mitsubishi DVI input does not work

DVI input only supports 720p, so if you have your settings at 1080i or 1080p in your cable box or dvd player, it won't show a picture.

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