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Thread: HDMI help

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    Feb 2002
    Independence, KY

    HDMI help

    I have discovered the beauty of HDMI. I run my cable (Insight NKY) to my Samsung 32" monitor using the HDMI cable I got from Insight and it is spectacular. I cannot believe the difference. The picture is beautiful. Watching Cueto pitch the other night (Hi-Def broadcast from FoxSports) was unreal, my wife even commented on it.

    The only problem is that it seems to be really goofy as far as getting set-up and running consistently. Sometimes it runs great, sometimes my TV does not recognize the signal and I have to go through and set it all up, with varying degrees of success. The thing I'm wondering is, is it my TV or is this normal behavior for HDMI ? This is the first experience I have had with it. Any input would be appreciated.


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    Apr 2000
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    Re: HDMI help

    The HDMI connection on my Sony isn'y real tight. and I'll have to push the TV end of the cable in a bit. Could your's be wiggling out?
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    Member durl's Avatar
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    Re: HDMI help

    I'm not an expert here but I have heard of some devices having trouble with HDMI.

    Check over at www.avsforum.com and research HDMI.

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