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Hi , I`m Jack , I will be helping you today Can you please send me a reply when you are ready to proceed ?
Give me a minute please was waiting for you earlier
Its not difficult I just need time to type and every times you send me a reply I have to start over
Hello , I`ll start by saying that the highest hdmi standard now is 2.0 but in any case they are all downward compatible and you don't have to worry about which standard to buy .
What you are looking for mainly is a good quality cable and the one at the link below would do just fine , take a look ;https://www.amazon.com/BlueRigger-High-Speed-Cable-wall/dp/B005LJQM3Y/ref=pd_lpo_23_tr_img_3?ie=UTF8&psc=1&refRID=3F256GK1Q77JW84CMNDD
By the way if you received a phone offer it was automated from the web site ,not from me , just ignore it
I meant that for your older tv all standards will do so don't worry about that
O.k then I thought I was being helpful by showing you a good buy but then as I said , for this tv , ANY HDMI will do
Its not like its a new 4K tv
Anything in the 1080p range
It doesn`t matter the cable , its the signal that makes it compatible or not ,
You cant drive a 4k signal in this that that is for sure and that was not a question when I said Anything in the 1080p range , that was a statement
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By the way , you mean HDMI 4K not 4.0 that doesn`t exist , the highest is 2.0 unless they jumped from 1.4 to 4