Another thing to note, you said you still needed the HDMI cables, when you get those, don't let the salesperson con you into thinking you need the best, most expensive Monster cables or whatever brand they are pushing. HDMI cables, as well as all digital cables work different than analog cables. As long as there is a straight and clear path with a digital cable, it doesn't matter if there is 2 coils spooled together or 200 coils spooled together, you won't lose any signal strength and it will be just as clear. With analog cables that they used to use, it did matter, the signal was different and the thinner gauge the wires the worse the quality would be (similar to speaker wire). Basically, you can buy cheap HDMI cables or the $200 HDMI cables and you'll get pretty much the same picture, don't let them trick you into buying the most expensive stuff that will be of the same quality as a $40 pair of cables.
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