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Connect my pc to my tv


Please can you advise what lead I would need to connect my Ultis PV4 pc to my tv.
My tv has component inputs (yellow, red and white sockets) and a scart socket available, but I do not know what output lead from the pc is required.
Can you help?

Many thanks

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To be able to attach a TV to a computer when the TV does not have a VGA input (blue jack with 15 pins), you will need a graphics card in your PC with the RCA (red/yellow/white) output jack. You can usually find these for pretty cheap, since not many people use them anymore. Alternatively, you can find a converter such as which should work, although I have never used one before. Good luck!

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