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Look at the connections on the rear of your Mitchell & Brown TV and you’d have spotted a HDMI connection. 

HDMI cables are essential for getting your external devices connected to your TV.

HDMI stands for High-Definition Interface. The cable transmits data (in form of digital 0s and 1s) from a source to your TV.

HDMI was originally developed by electronics manufacturers to come up with a universal standard for connecting devices. The aim was to improved connectivity standards by allowing for more data to passed-through to cope with the demands of high definition content, creating a smaller connector and adding more support for embedded audio.

Since its development in 2002, it has been widely adopted across a range of devices.

All Mitchell & Brown TV models come with at least 2 HDMI ports allowing you to connect to an external source via a HDMI cable. 

This could include cable/satellite boxes, gaming consoles, Blu-ray/DVD players, streaming boxes, or even a laptop. 

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