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    DVI to HDMI connection Is it ok?

    Am I going to have any problems with signal loss running a DVI -> HDMI connection from my Comcast converter to my TV?

    Sorry I'm full of questions today!

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    You won't be able to run audio through your DVI connection and you will have some signal loss but not enough to worry about.

    Rather than purchase a DVI to HDMI cable, I'd give Comcast a call and ask them for a new set top box with an HDMI connection without additional costs. Other customers are renting set top boxes with an HDMI connection at probably the same montly price you're paying.

 

 

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