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What HDMI to DVI-D cable will work with Philips 60PP9352 60 in. Rear Projection Television? Please help. I've looked everywhere and can't seem to find one.

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Get an HDMI to DVI adaptor and use a generic HDMI cable.

Lots of DVI MALE to HDMI FEMALE adaptors out there:

Ultralink, Monoprice, Monster etc.

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Dvi hdmi


Some more information is needed on what you are trying to do.
Usually you can buy a HDMI to DVI cable to do the job. This may also be referred to as a PC to monitor cable.

This image may help in identifying what type of connector you have...
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The set is old enough (based on model number indicated here) the DVI input (supprised it has one) it will not work with newer equipment.

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55" Philips rear projection HDTV..


that input is called DVI digital video interface it is only for video. there should be some red and white composite input jacks for the audio near the DVI connector. you will need to hookup the red and white cables from the tv to the cable box or dvd player or whatver you are using. good luck

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I'm looking a HD cable.


This set may have a DTV cable. You probably have an HDMI cable on your box. You can get a DTV to HDMI adaptor.

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I have a Zenith R57W46 TV, I am trying to connect the HDMI (From a Dish Network VIP211), to the DVI connection on the rear panel of the set, I purchased a cable that is HDMI on one end and DVI on the...


You are infact doing everything correct. More to the point and sad to say, it is the HDCP which is causing your problem. There are long drawn out explanations regarding upscaling and resolutions regarding your TV set, but to be brief, there is no proof that connecting via HDMI or DVI will actually produce any better a picture on your set than component cables. I have a sort of similar issue with my samsung 65 rear projection Tv and my PS3. The ps3 has HDMI out and my TV had DVI in, but it actually has a better picture without using those connections. I tired with an adapter for HDMI to DVI and it did work, but nothing of great quality that I had expected. With the right component cables and the correct set up on your TV, your picture should still look very sharp. I hope this helps and good luck.

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Watch movies from computer to tv


look on the back or sides of the unit. it should have a hdmi cable hookup, it will look like a monitor input, then you have to make sure you set the tv input to that. then you have to set your laptop to add another monitor to be able to use it.

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Hooking up from hd receiver to hdtv ready projection tv. what cables do I use? vga or rca component red, blue, green and sync white/black? My hd receiver has output of :hdmi, rca component, s-video ,...


This particular television puts you in a tough bind - you can use Component cables in AV-1, but you won't be able to get HD. Or you can use the Component cables in the right-most component slot (AV-4), but since your HD Receiver probably doesn't have V/H Sync connectors, you may get a rolling picture. Try the component cables in the right-most slot - if the picture doesn't roll, you're in business.

Once again, I doubt that your model # is a 60pp9202, since that model doesn't have a VGA or DVI slot. If the picture rolls after trying the above, you will need to purchase a HDMI-to-DVI-D cable and hook it up from the HDMI output of your HD receiver to the DVI slot (that looks like a VGA slot) on the back of your Philips or Magnavox.

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There will be a big difference in video quality between HDMI and S-Video. If you happen to have a DVD player that uses HDMI you can upconvert your movies to 1080i if your DVD player allows it. The only problem that you might run into is your audio. HDMI has audio built into the cable and DVI does not, with the HDMI to DVI cable you are going to have to find an alternate source for your audio to travel through. If you are looking for video quality get the HDMI to DVI cable.

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