PS3 and HDMI

Discussion in 'Playback Devices' started by Chris Huber, May 18, 2005.

  1. Chris Huber

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    I have a panny 53 with 1 HDMI port. I have my Sony 975 taking the HDMI right now. How can I attach the PS3 over HDMI when it come out? Are there splitters or something?
     
  2. Marc Doggett

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    Hmmm. HDMI is backwards compatable with DVI-D/HDCP... so you will be fine with at most a minor backwards compatable cable connector change.
     
  3. Chris Huber

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    I don't get what you mean... There IS a 2 into 1 adapter or not?
     
  4. Bobby T

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    He means get a hdmi to dvi adapter and plug into the dvi input on the tv.
     
  5. kurtZoom

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    I think he is thinking...two HDMI sources..only one HDMI input. You could always use components on the DVD or drop the DVD and use the PS3 for your DVD player. The PS3 uses Blue Ray technology and will play CDs and DVDs in addition to the new stuff.
     

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