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I'm trying to get the best picture for my 50'plasma tv. the picture is nothing like the one on display, and i've bought all the required gear

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If you are using anything other than the HDMI input with HD programming the picture is going to look blotchy, when you see the tv on display, they are always playing a dvd disc and never have it on cable or satellite channels, this is because since the dvd is a digital format and looks very clean, by using the non-HD connections and since your tv has a digital tuner (mandated by the government) the tuner picks up interference from cell phones, WI-FI and police bands along with the cable signal and gets processed on the tuner, when everything goes to digital in Feb 2009 that will clearup considerably, but as for your question HDMI is the optimal connection to use

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