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Topic # 25904 5-Sep-2008 17:10
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Our latest purchase comes with a tv tuner.  Not sure how best to hook it up to the tv though.  S cable, commonent?

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  Reply # 162540 5-Sep-2008 17:39
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In order of quality (Best first):

1. Digital Video (HDMI, DVI - will do upto 1080p)
2. Component Video (The three RGB cables you're probably used to seeing, can do upto 1080p)
3. S-Video (As far as i'm aware, this'll only do 480p)
4. Composite Video (The single RCA connection - this'll only do 480i)

This is my understanding. :) So it all really depends on what you can output, and what your tele can receive.

If you have a graphics card that has a DVI connection, probably best to use either a DVI -> Hdmi cable, or pickup a DVI -> HDMI converter. Of course this is dependant on your TV having HDMI.


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  Reply # 162586 5-Sep-2008 23:34
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hey.  Tv has HDMI.  we also have sky, so the same cables should allow us to hook it up through sky too?

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