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Connect Macbook Pro to Component input

Tried PC input, but something is wrong with the PC input card on the back of the TV. Even without a connection hooked up, the screen is all fuzzy and messy.

Trying DVI-VGA (came with Macbook) cable: VGA--> Component-1 on back of TV. Can't seem to get it to work.

Is the PC input my only option?

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  • B U Jan 12, 2009

    Ok... it is hooked up properly. So what are hte proper NetCommand settings? I feel like I have tried everything!



  • B U Jan 12, 2009

    Yeah, I tried that too. I reset all configs on the TV, connected the VGA to Comp-1 input, and when I switch to the device from the remote, there is nothing but the blue screen.

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You should be able to use an SVGA to component rca connector on any component input - i have a wd-65513, and thats how I have my pc hooked up to it. I could also never get a clear picture using the SVGA plug on the back of the set.

Posted on Jan 12, 2009

  • Josh Crager
    Josh Crager Jan 12, 2009

    there will not be any netcommand settings - this is only for using the tv to control a component via firewire. All you need to do is go into the setup menu and turn the input you are trying to use on, and label it computer or whatever..check the tv's owners manual. if you dont have one I can email you one in a PDF file.

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