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BB
I laughed out loud when I read this one: "...56 percent of the HDTV sets in America are not hooked up properly and the owners do not know that they are not seeing an HDTV picture." This is absolutely true. It is almost comic. I can't tell you how many times I have walked into the homes of friends/relatives and been shocked at the awful picture on their new HDTV set. In every case, I peer around to the back of the set only to find it hooked up with s-video cables or even composite video cables. Hell, I should just start carrying extra component cables around in my suitcase. It amazes me that people will debate at length one brand of display vs. another and then ignore the MOST important part of getting a nice picture: making sure you have the proper source and that it is hooked up in the right way.
Patrick Dillon
I have had better luck with finding high quality HDMI Cables and Component Video Cables at ShowMeCables.com. Here are the links: HDMI Cables http://www.showmecables.com/showProducts.asp?category_id=469 Component Video Cables http://www.showmecables.com/showProducts.asp?category_id=437

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