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It all depends on your signal source (ie. cable antenna or satellite) if available from your signal source the first choice is 1- HDMI -2 DVI -
3 Component video (RGB)- 4 Svideo - 5 composite video (yellow RCA) and finally through channel 3 in that order othewise digital tuner in.

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