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Hi I am trying to connect my Lenovo IdeaPad Y 650 to the Sony Trinitron TV to use it as a duplicate screen. The TV has S- video ports and the standard 3 components. I have tried connecting my Laptop through VGA cable to S-video, 3 RCAs (female) then converting it to male to connect it to the TV But my laptop still does not recognize anything. Please help me out.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: sony trinitron xbr 32"
Did you correctly select the S-Video input on the TV via the remote? In other words, if the TV is not set to look at the S-Video input then nothing will happen. You have either an "input", "source" or tv/vcr button that will allow you to select what input the tv will look at for a signal. Make sure it's set to S-Video.
Posted on Nov 13, 2007
You can hook up to either aux or vhf not converter. then with remote use ant button to select the one you are connected to. then do the auto search. Also can you get to 3 by pushing 3 and ent on the remote?
Posted on May 18, 2008
SOURCE: Sony Trinitron 29inch Color TV
The 2 blinks are an indication of over-current. This is usually because of a shorted component. The most common is the horizontal output transistor. This will be a 3-legged part attached to a heat sink close to the flyback transformer (part with red wire coming out the top). This transistor will be marked C4856 or something similar. Update this with the exact marking and I'll provide you with the full part number and approximate cost.
Posted on Jul 14, 2008
here u have to chek cable yr laptop is not support with a same s-cable u need to connecter for s-vadio to audio vedio connector and it's convort yr s-cable to comosite cable afer that it's automaticly dosply thru composet.... yeah one thing have to chek with different cable then selacet display propatise to set output setting is set in to s-video.. it's help u...:)
Posted on Jan 02, 2009
I've just recently connected my old 32" Sony KV-32HS510 to my HP G60 Laptop via an HDMI (laptop) to DVI HDTV port(TV) with a cable.
I'm running Windows Vista on my laptop with the nVidia software. Once I've plugged in the TV to the HDMI port, the software initializes (recognizes the TV) and then I can select it as my second 'monitor' in the nVidia control panel.
I found I had to tinker with the resolution settings in the nVidia program to find an optimal resolution where the sides of the screen weren't 'cut off' by the TV.. I finally ended up with the resolution 1152x768 (I believe). It might be different for everybody, as I'm told Vista might do things differently than XP... But you should be able to tinker with the resolution settings and adjust the screen size...
(hope this helps with the second post - above)
Posted on Feb 05, 2010
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