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Lindy 7.5m HDMI-HDMI with DVI converter?

Discussion in 'Cables & Switches' started by Digger, Nov 30, 2004.

  1. Digger

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    Hi All

    I will have (later today hopefully :D ) a Sanyo Z3 PJ (hdmi) connected to a PC's DVI-D socket using 7.5m HDMI cable with a Lindy supplied adapter. My logic being that I may decide to get an HDMI DVD player (Denon 3910) and use the same cable, unless of course i get a good picture from my PC which would save a bucket load of ££s.

    Anyone got any advice, or had issues with a similar setup - specifically Lindy cables

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    err... /\ ...bump
     
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    How did you get on with this dvi - hdmi setup.

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    Ricky. It works just great. So much so in fact that i have started to use Theatertek and Ffdshow to play DVD's thru my PC instead of my Pio 757 component-routed via Pio AX5i receiver as the picture is slightly improved. i recommend it. Its entirely possible that a dedicated dvi-hdmi cable might improve things a little more, but i doubt it.
     

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