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# 68559 24-Sep-2010 17:12
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"To view HD content through TelstraClear HomeMedia your TV needs both HDMI and HDCP. TV's that do not have these features will not display content in HD through our T-Box."

excluding DVI with adaptor?

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  # 384133 24-Sep-2010 18:55
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That will depend if your receiving device (monitor i presume) handles HDCP. Cheaper monitors might not.
Bearing in mind that DVI wont pass through audio like HDMI.

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  # 384138 24-Sep-2010 19:10
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imd6662: "To view HD content through TelstraClear HomeMedia your TV needs both HDMI and HDCP. TV's that do not have these features will not display content in HD through our T-Box."

excluding DVI with adaptor?


Does your TV do HDCP? If it doesn't the answer is no.

 
 
 
 


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  # 384140 24-Sep-2010 19:18
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Please if you want to have a beatup because TCL insist on full HDCP compliance then wakeup the rest of the world had been there for some years. Its required period, no question no compromise, if you dont have gear that supports HDCP then wake up get the right stuff just as the rest of the world has for the last 5yrs or more.

Please mods close this thread, there is no need to knock the Tbox for normal commerical HD impositions that every other broadcaster on the planet must adhere to.

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  # 384171 24-Sep-2010 20:53
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I agree with cyril7... you are required to have display device that support HDCP. All BluRay players and HDMI devices out there have it!.

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  # 384188 24-Sep-2010 22:05
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To be fair the OP might not have been attempting an attack on HDCP, its probably an innocent question, especially regarding DVI.

Everything said about HDCP is true, im just saying give the OP benefit of the doubt



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  # 384194 24-Sep-2010 22:58
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Thanks Nick.

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  # 384208 25-Sep-2010 01:59
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nickb800: To be fair the OP might not have been attempting an attack on HDCP, its probably an innocent question, especially regarding DVI.

Everything said about HDCP is true, im just saying give the OP benefit of the doubt


+1 Nick
It seemed an innocent enough question - dont beat the guy (or girl) up.
Jeez - what grumpy sods!




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  # 384220 25-Sep-2010 07:45
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Hi, Sorry, yes grumpy day, Ian please accept my apologies.

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  # 384247 25-Sep-2010 10:07
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No worries cyril. Just hoping Monday's install won't turn into a massive anticlimax.

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  # 384624 26-Sep-2010 19:02
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It might be worth pointing out that not having an HDCP-compliant HDMI TV doesn't preclude you from getting a T-Box.  The box has RCA outputs as well so the HD channels like TV1, 2 & 3 are still viewable (I checked).
 

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  # 384626 26-Sep-2010 19:04
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Just no GS

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