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We have a Mitsubishi ws 55313 tv and are trying to connect a samsung blu ray player to it using a dvi to hdmi cable. We have video but not audio. What do we need to connect in order to receive the audio?

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You need to use a regular RCA type audio cable. White and red connectors. The HDMI cable won't pass audio.

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Yes , If  a  high definition device is connected to the tv then you can watch high deff tv.

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SOURCE: Inputing HDMI signal to a WS-55313 55 via an HDMI-DVI cable

I had this issue using the new Wii U with this TV. This is what I ended up doing.

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When hooking up blu ray with hdmi to component converter i get audio but no video just dots and lines on the tv


Hi Joanne
I would suspect the quality of component converter device...

HDMI is the latest state of the art for HD (High Definition 1080) video signal. Poor cables or poor connectors can cause weird results.
It's best to go from HDMI to HDMI.
If the tv doesn't have a HDMI input then it probably can't handle the newer standard.
Component Video is an old standard for video before we got high definition. It uses three separate wires.
Try swapping the coloured wires around to see the result.
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How to plug the blu-ray into the tv


It depends on the TV inputs. You will need to provide your own cables for most connections. If your TV has an HDMI in, get an HDMI M/M cable of an appropriate length. (Use an online shop for better prices.) This will provide the best picture. (If you have a sound system with HDMI ports, you may be able to go EDBC011 HDMI out to the sound systems HDMI in. Then the sound system HDMI out to the TV HDMI in.) If the TV has a DVI port, get an HDMI to DVI cable (again M/M). For this option, you will also need to connect the audio cable (see below in the composite or component video section).

Alternatively, this Blu-ray player has component and composite video out ports. Note: composite video is limited to SD. For these, you will have to connect the audio cables (RCA l/r audio or digital audio out). The composite video cable is included with the blu-ray player when new. For these, match the colors of the jacks to the wires to make sure that you have them correctly connected. You can put the audio cables to your sound system or your TV, as appropriate for your setup. For some TVs, you may need a RCA audio to 3.5 mm cable (all male ends) or adapter (for example RCA F/F to 3.5 mm M with an RCA audio cable or 3.5 mm F to RCA M/M with a 3.5 mm audio patch cable) . This applies for units with only the PC audio in.

Make the connections with the TV and the video player off (turn off the audio system if you are including that set of wiring). Then turn on the TV and set it to the desired input (use the Input/Source button on your remote or TV). Turn on the audio system (if using one) and blu-ray player.

If you have problems, first try different cables. Try other input connections and try different devices. It's possible for either the TV or the blu-ray player input/output jacks or boards were damaged.

The manual for the EDBC011 is available here: http://www.elementelectronics.com/support_docs/edbco11/edbco11_manual.pdf .

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I want to hook up a blue ray dvd player they told me to m=buy HDMI cable and this only goes to the tv, but doesn't have to go hooked up through the cable box


If you want to connect your blu-ray player to your tv, use the HDMI cable.
If you want to connect your cable box to your tv, I'd use component cables or get another HDMI cable.
You're right, you don't have to use your cable box to use your blu-ray player.

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Inputing HDMI signal to a WS-55313 55 via an HDMI-DVI cable


HDMI standard is a bear, especially "Older" versions. It should be possible to input HDMI to a DVI, either DVI-I or DVI-D, input, there are however DVI analogue too, in fact we have, 3 type of them, they are, DVI-I, DVI-A & DVI-D.... Also some HDMI do not send the Audio over it, as it should, so all in all it can be a pickle. So you MUST get a converter that works with your sort of DVI. You would have to select that DVI, input, which may be under Auxillary, or External or the like, try scrolling through your AV inputs, see if you "Find" it. if so, the set will "Read" the signal and display it automatically. The Audio, however will have to be done via the AV sockets, the Red & White stereo IN, from the DVD etc. If you have any other inputs such as Component Video, Green, Red, Blue, then this is the best way... The Audio, again must be routed to the AV, the Red & White Jacks. So ensure you have those outputs on your new DVD.
I have included a couple of links below about DVI & HDMI for your convenience. http://www.datapro.net/techinfo/dvi_info.html http://www.hdmi.org/learningcenter/faq.aspx

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Yes, you can purchase a cable with the Mitsubishi's DVI terminal on one end an an HDMI terminal on the other, allowing you to connect HDMI Blu-Ray players. I've have the cable for years and it works great.

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