You got hosed. It's supposed to come with a big bundle of cables, and if you don't hook them up, you get to keep them. DVI cables are supposed to be supplied. Call 1800getvoom. Tell them your problem.Conjuror said:DarellP,
Are you sure about that? I asked the installation guy about DVI and he told me that receiver came without it. Beside that, I got no RCA cables at all. How can I know for sure?
DarrellP said:You should receive: A DVI cable, Component cable, Set of 3 RCA for Composite & audio and a very long phone cord with your package. If you don't, ask your installer for them.
Stalker said:MIne came with a dual link DVI..glad it did cause if i had to buy one at Best Buy they run anywhere from 50 bucks to 130..sheeeesh!! You can find the monlune though for around 25 bucks!
BTW..the DVI is the best connection for viewing HD..totally blows away s-vhs or componet connections....PQ is theatre quality so don't settle for less.
SaintsFan said:A CSR rep advised me to buy an aftermarket DVI cable but it cost 120 dollars! (monster cable)
Will it make that big of a difference? My installation is scheduled for tomorrow.
I totally disagree. High quality cables DO make a difference. How much, it kinda depends on the quality of the factory cables you are replacing. Will you see and hear a night and day difference? Nope, and don't let any manufacturer tell you any different. But, you will see a LITTLE difference.cyuhnke said:The DVI cable it comes with is fine. Don't waste your money. Opinions may differ, but DVI is just sending digital information. As long as enough 1s and 0s are sent, the picture will be the same whether it's a cheap cable or expensive one. You might want to try the AVS forum and do a search on DVI cables to get a great deal of information.