Question about Televison & Video
If you are going for the best and easiest than I would choose HDMI. Next, which would be just as good, would be the component (red green blue). The next step down, if available, is the S video. You most likely do not have that as an option. Next would be composite which is the yellow input and finally would be straight coax into the set. Coax, if it is digital coax, would give you a nice picture as well.
Posted on Apr 02, 2014
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