Identifying Cable Usage
The following table lists all of the cable types that are
available for the TV. It shows a side view of each,
along with its connector.
Capable of transmitting both uncompressed digital audio and digital video signals,
because it has video, audio, and control signals.
DVI requires use of a separate audio cable.
DVI-D transmits digital video signals. DVI-D can be used with a DVI-to-HDMI
converter to connect to an HDMI connector on the TV.
DVI-I transmits both digital and analog video signals. DVI-I can be used only with a
DVI-to-VGA converter to connect a PC to the PC Input (VGA) connector on the TV.
Three-headed or five-headed cable: One for Pr signal (red), one for Y signal (green),
and one for Pb signal (blue). Some component cables also have red and white
audio cables attached. Used for HDTV receivers, DVD players, and other devices
with YPbPr component output connectors.
Used with equipment such as DVD players, VCRs, cable or satellite tuners and
decoders, camcorders, and digital cable boxes.
Used with equipment such as VCRs and DVD players.
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