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I hope this is relevant to this forum. I am attempting to connect a small Android powered device with an HDMI output to a Spectre X40 LCD Television. No matter which port I use, I still receive a "No Signal Found" message. I have successfully connected the device to a ASUS monitor via HDMI, it works perfectly. I have also successfully connected a PC via a DVI - HDMI adapter to the TV, and am able to support a 1080p image. I have tried two separate HMDI cables. Would it be some kind of incompatibility in the device? Should I keep attempting to change resolutions?

Thank you!

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Got it working...... Tried 1080p 50Hz , tried this earlier and it didn't work not sure what changed now. Thank you.

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Please don't add "thank you" as an answer. Instead, vote up the answers that you find helpful. – gronostaj Aug 3 '13 at 11:19
Uh I'm answering myself, just saying thanks to those who may have taken the time to read through my post. Above is what fixed it. – andrsnn Aug 3 '13 at 20:55

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