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Hdmi input I want to watch Netflix movies on SOYO TV via kindle fire, HDMI plugged into a receiver, but my SOYO TV does not have a HDMI source. what do I need to make it working.

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The DVI input on this set is meant for picture only.. ex. to display computer picture.
if you want audio with your picture. you must connect to either inputs YCBCr or YPbPr which both of those inputs has audio inputs.

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Hi, If you have already contacted customer support from DIRECT T.V. and they could not help ( that is to say give you a universal remote code), It's quite possible a universal remote code is not provided by SOYO. Unfortunately in is quite common for import t.v. manufacturers to NOT supply their remote controls code. This ensures the sales of replacement remote sales! If you have the original remote I can walk you through the repair process-Sorry I didn't have better news, although I hope I've been of some help. Prodzilla

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Please follow guidelines given in operation manuals of both.

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