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Yes. That is the easier direction, as no HDCP is involved.

>>DVI is mostly compatible with HDMI. The main difference is that DVI typically carries no audio
 

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You have answered my question related to the DV-I to HDMI, I'm glad
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Hope you can answer this as well. If I want the sound from my computer through The LCD TV what can be done or what cables would I need for that.
 

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You'll need a 3.5mm Stereo Male to RCA to carry the sound from the headset/speaker port on your laptop to your TV/amp, unless your TV has dedicated PC HDMI input on it in which case it probably has a 3.5mm stereo jack associated with that input. But for most cases, you need something like this: 3.5mm Stereo Male to RCA


Also, check this as a good inexpensive HDMI to DVI cable
 
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