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Socket Information I Have 5 sockets on the back of my monitor they these letters above each socket,and i wondered what they are for? The letters above the sockets are R-G-B-HVandV.

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    Ray Saunders Jan 07, 2009

    Thank you noone for your answer,I am not veryKnowledgable as far as computers go.What do I use them for?

    Cheers!!!

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They are inputs: Red, Green, Blue, Horizontal & Vertical.
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    mike fischer Jan 21, 2009

    You need a video cable with 5 BNC connectors.

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