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Help! Connecting Denon DVD1910 to Philips 32PF9986

Discussion in 'LCD & LED LCD TVs' started by RickRevver, Mar 1, 2005.

  1. RickRevver

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    Hi all,

    A bit confused on the best way to connect these two together using DVI.
    The 1910 has a DVI-D connector and the 32PF9986 a DVI-I.
    What DVI cable would I need? Is a DVI-D to DVI-D OK or should I be looking at something else?

    Any help would be most appreciated...

    Rick
     
  2. hornydragon

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    DVi-D to DVi-D is what you need
     
  3. Alan D

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    And while we're on the subject - when you get them connected up, you'll need to make an adjustment to the picture settings as the picture via DVI is noticably brighter than via Scart. I have Brightness set at around 35 for watching via DVI and at 56 via Scart (the TV will remember the settings when you switch between the two BTW). Also recommended is keeping Contrast to around 63 (certainly no more than 66 because when you get to 67 the backlight increases a notch). I have also found with watching the Denon via DVI that upping the Denon's own contrast setting to +2 gives good results (I leave all the other Denon settings on the default 0 )
     
  5. RickRevver

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    hornydragon and Alan D thank you
     

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