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Old 09-07-2010, 09:46 AM   #1
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just bought a panasonic vierra 42" HD LCD.... should i buy the HDMI cables for my xbox and ps3? is it really worth it?
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just bought a panasonic vierra 42" HD LCD.... should i buy the HDMI cables for my xbox and ps3? is it really worth it?
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Theres not that much of a difference between the HD and HDMI right? Or am I actually missing out.
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Theres not that much of a difference between the HD and HDMI right? Or am I actually missing out.
HD is high definition, HDMI is the cable known for being able to carry HD video and audio uncompressed within the same cable. I think the MI stands for media interface or something close.

HDMI is the same quality pretty much as the normal HD components, just HDMI can carry audio in the same cable.
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Hopefully it's not a 60hz tv
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HD is high definition, HDMI is the cable known for being able to carry HD video and audio uncompressed within the same cable. I think the MI stands for media interface or something close.

HDMI is the same quality pretty much as the normal HD components, just HDMI can carry audio in the same cable.
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OMGGGGG im in love lmao...the HDMI cable made it look so different...its crystal clear and i suggest getting it if you dont have it.. and no its 120HZ i think not 60
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