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WD-65100 Hello, My husband has a mitsubishi WD 65100. I bought him a blue ray DVD player, but now we areencountering the problem that we can only have one port for high definition. Is there anything we can do to have both the cable and blue ray in high defintion at the same time?

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Salutations esha76,

There are High Definition source selectors available from a number of different manufacturers. As it looks like your TV doesn't have HDMI connections you will have to go through what sounds like a slightly unorthodox route.

Pysclone offers a source selector that allows you to connect up to four A/V sources, normally this is used for video game systems but works well for HD signals as well.

If you want more information on the Psyclone source selector you can find it on bestbuy.com at:

http://www.bestbuy.com/site/olspage.jsp?skuId=7660578&st=source+selector&lp=1&type=product&cp=1&id=1134701087687

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I do not know if a splitter is available yet for HDMI ,but check to see if the Cable box has an HDMI input and if not then there is no way I know of.

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