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Hi def so how do i get hi def, if you said i dont need an hdmi input how do i hook it up? thanks for your help.

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The project can view Hi Def images, even though it isn't a Hi Def projector. You don't need a HDMI connection to view Hi Definition. HDMI is just convenient because it has digital video and audio in the one cable. The connection you need to get the best picture however for this projector is a VGA to component lead. You can usually pick these up from any major TV stores. Or HiFi specialists.

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No I said you dont get Hidef without a HDMI connection

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