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Is DVI to HDMI a one way lead?


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I am looking for a DVI to HDMI cable to connect my G5 to my TV, looking around all i seem to find is HDMI to DVI. Does anyone know if this lead is the same as a DVI to HDMI, wasnt sure if these leads were two way or one way traffic only?

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isn't it the same thing, just reversed directions?
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I would buy it.. I don't think you need any kind of converter, but if you buy the wire, and it doesn't work, they you can store it away because you might need it in the future. (or you can return it)

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I would buy it.. I don't think you need any kind of converter, but if you buy the wire, and it doesn't work, they you can store it away because you might need it in the future. (or you can return it)

I would just go and buy it but these leads aint cheap, definatley dont need a converter just need to make sure the lead sends info to the TV and not in the other direction.
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