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The component video cable should be just fine and produce the same quality. However, it doesn't hurt to know what TV you will be using.
 

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That's kind of up to you, if you want to spend the extra $40 for a potentially marginal improvement. How big is your screen? If you have a large display, VGA will make a difference over component, but it's still analog so there's not going to be a huge leap like with DVI or HDMI.
 

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youll probably see a little bit better picture, depending on the TV, using VGA. i plan on getting the VGA connection just so it frees up a component input on my TV, but you will still get the 720P or 1080i resolution through component.
 

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on my set it really depends on the device that is sending out the signal as to what is better , Component or DVI/HDMI.. regardless component and DVI are so close that I doubt anybody would be able to tell the difference.
 

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its a Philips HDTV 26 inch, so its not something massive


i was just woundering which will be the best approach
 

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and thats the one that comes with the bundle deal which i should be fine with then


but why does it have so many ends, i am sure my tv has only 3 slots for the ends
 

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and thats the one that comes with the bundle deal which i should be fine with then


but why does it have so many ends, i am sure my tv has only 3 slots for the ends
It's a multi-purpose cable that does component and composite, as well as analog audio.
 
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