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  1. #1
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    Question Video Conection b/w DM600 & 42" Plasma TV

    Hi Experts
    I have DM600 & Samsug 42" Plasma Tv.
    I try to connect my drembox to tv with RGB out & sVideo out.
    Both seems to be same effect !
    How we can connect to the componet input in TV from the TVscart output
    Is any advantage by doing so ? ( i mean any picture improvement )
    If we stream from DM to PC and back to TV with HDMI option, can we get better clarity ?
    Please advise

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    crap source = crap results. resolution is not dependent on your connection method but how it was compressed and sent to your viewing device. get HD channels to get HD quality, otherwise, you get the same viewing (dis)satisfaction of everyone else watching on ordinary tubes.
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    as our m8 have said, it's the source that's determined whether you'll have hd or ordinary, whether the transmission is from terrestrial or via satelite! Check what's the available connection in your plasma, DVI or HDMI, usually cables are provided including DVI to HDMI.

    Tuned to any channels that transmit hd!
    The more we learn things the more we hunger for more! That's human nature I guess!



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