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HDMI Connection I have a Blue Ray DVD player and a Sony Receiver with HDMI connection options. However I don't have a HDMI connector on my big screen TV. Can I connect the Blue Ray to the receiver via HDMI and then the output of my receiver to TV witht the Component Cables?

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  • dwheeler20 Jun 20, 2008

    I have a sony STR-D565 receiver and the cable color codes do not correspond with the codes on the bac of the new HD LCD TV. I need to source the sound from the tv to the front speakers not related to the tv. What do I do?

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Is the hdmi connected to the tv

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