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What connection is better for image quality?

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What screen connector today is best for quality? I'm sure it's either HDMI or DVI but I don't know which one.

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HDMI is essentially DVI (which is digital) with audio. So either choice would be better over an analog connection.
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Same.
 
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What screen connector today is best for quality? I'm sure it's either HDMI or DVI but I don't know which one.
Thanks

quality is the same, the dvi can go higher resolution than 1080p though, hdmi can only do 1080p
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They're pretty much equal, I'm pretty sure. Adapters between the two don't have to do much.
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