Since this model of All-In-One Computer already has a built-in Digital/Analogue Television Function
, as part of its standard specification, I will assume that your reason for wanting to interconnect these two devices is that you want to export computer, internet or other IT-based multimedia images to the TV for an enhanced viewing experience due to the TV's larger screen size.
The All-in-one computer has a High Definition Multimedia Interface (HDMI
If the TV also has an HDMI
port, what would be required is the best quality HDMI
Cable that the User can afford.
All electrical/electronic interconnections between cables and ports suffer some degree of degradation or dissipation of the signal traveling along the cable. The most efficient metal for electronic connections is gold due to its comparatively high level of electrical conductivity compared to that of other metals used for electronic interconnections.
The best cable choice would therefore be a gold-plated HDMI
Cable (see below).
If the TV has no HDMI
port, an HDMI
to Video Graphics Array VGA Cable Adapter
or ([Victor] Radio Corporation of America
- the inventors) RCA/PhonoVideo Cable Adapter
between the HDMI
Cable leading from the computer and the corresponding VGA
port on the TV should resolve the connectivity mismatch (see images below).
Once connected, the TV Remote Control
should be used to change the Signal Source Input
from its automatic standard (Default)
setting to PC Input
Menu -> Source -> PC -> OK.