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HDMI compatible? Will the new HDMI DVD players work on this TV with the HDMI to DVI connector. Will the TV still convert to a 1080/p signal?

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Re: HDMI compatible?

Yes the DVD player will work on it thru HDMI to DVI connector but however the audio is not carried on DVI so you will have to have a seperate audio cables. also the 1080p signal is not supported by this set 1080i only.

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