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Help with HD Cables and such

Discussion in 'HDTV discussion' started by furashu, Jul 9, 2007.

  1. furashu

    furashu Regular member

    Jul 13, 2006
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    Hi could someone link me to a site that gives all the info u need to know about HD cables and HDMI? and also link me to cables that will improve my tvs ouput, and something that works with a xbox 360 and dvd player?
    this is my tv

    its called Syntax Olevia LT26HVE 26" HD-Ready Flat-Panel LCD TV .

    would a 360 look better using the VGA port or the composite/component(whats the difference between these two?)
    what does an HD-READY tv mean?
    i just bought the TV for a bigger screen it was really cheap offa craigslist.
  2. diabolos

    diabolos Guest

    A guide to everything HDTV related (by Sound and Vision):

    My two cents (scroll to the bottom of the page, last post, 19. May 2006 @ 19:41):

    Composite Video - One channel for Y (Grey Scale)-Pb (Blue)-Pr (Red) signals. All signals suffer degredation. Maximum resolution is 480i.

    Component Video - Three channels for Y-Pb-Pr (sometimes noted Y-Cb-Cr on digital devices). None of the channels suffer from degradation. Very good grey scale and color reproduction. Can handle interlaced Scan and Progressive Scan video signals. Maximum resolution 1080i/p.

    No. If you have the latest updates it should be the same as Component Video. The only exception is the limits of your TV sets inputs. Some TVs accept higher resolutions over VGA than Component-Video and vice versa.

    -Ceddie Ced

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