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HI i have a 42" Hitachi HDTV 1080p (LCD)

The problem is this.

With HDMI cable it works wonderful!!!!! PS3 games look amazing

But, signal from my cable provider or playing wii, the signal is very blurry. Is it the TV of the provider....

Please help

Adam

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Most newer Digital TV's don't display Analog signal very well. Often worse then an Analog TV. This is normal to a degree. If your Wii has component  cables, try using that. As for cable, you might get a better signal with Digital Cable.

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