Dvi and dvi-d

Nic Rhodes

Distinguished Member
DVD I is the only one which will transfer analogue but it is a moot point whether you want to transmit analogue via DVI anyway. DVI I cables do not fit all DVI sockets. I would stick with DVI D which does fit all DVI sockets, transfer signals in their purest for and are not 'contaminated' with any potential interference by analogue signals.
 

SamirP

Active Member
Sapper
Are you going to use a samsung 935 with the panny ae500?
If so you will need Dvi-D
720p via Dvi = :D
 

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