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1080i question for PT5598HD

I recently bought this tv off a friend of mine..I just want to know how can I get the best picture 1080i format...
I'm using a Timewarner digital cable hd/.... I was using Monster Component Ultra 1000 cables.. and my hd channels weres awesome...but regular channel were ok I guess ... I just recently switch to S. Video Monster ultra Cable...and I think my picture is a little better...but my question is to get to 1080i what kind of cable do I need for my Digital box and tv.
thanks..
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The best from what i seen is HDMI, DVI, or comp. in that order.
On my 82" HDTV i use the VGA plug connected to P4 3.5ghz.
everything seems to come to life using a computer and good video card.

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