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Cables Can you give me your best advise on what cables I actually need to set up my LCD T.V.? It's an investment and I want to get the best quality picture as I know owning a LCD T.V is nothing unless you get the quality it's designed to deliver. Thanks for your support

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  • Graeme Ross
    Graeme Ross May 11, 2010

    Hi trvsmart1



    Is you TV the same model one listed with your post LN-T4061F 40 in. . Sorry to have to ask you that, but sometimes, the models we each refer to may be different. I start referring to that model, and you dont know what I am on about :) Awaiting your advice



    regards

    robotek

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HDMI cables are the best you can get right now as long as all your components have HDMI connections. Just don't overpay. Order them online and you'll be able to find them for less than $20 each. Walk into a store and you'll get jacked for $75 or more.

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