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I have got wharfedale lcd 42in and a wharfdale dvdr24hd how do you set up the hdmi cable to get clear picture i have tryed taking out the scart lead out and left the hdmi cable in but i only get a picture and no sound and picture seems to be a fuzzy with the hdmi cable on its own and when i have tryed both the scart and the hdmi cable it works ok but the picture is still not as clear hope you can help me thanks :O)

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Sounds like you either have a bad card or a bad HDMI cable. Scarts are not the most dependable when it come to HD imaging there is alot of converting going on espically if the TV isnt NTSC standard to begin.

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