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Re: connecting my evo n600 c to my plasma
You will need an S-video (I'm looking at a 620c and the jack is on the far left back w/TV icon) - not positive that is on the 600c. Also need audio from the headphone to the the plasma. There is a good free DVD player called classic media player or something like it at downloads. com
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Follow these steps: 1. Need a HDMI-to-Micro HDMI cable ($4-$8). Do not pay $30 at brand stores. 2. Connect the Micro HDMI to your phone. 3. Make sure that TV is off. Then connect the HDMI end of the cable to any available HDMI port on your TV/Display. 4. Reboot/Restart your EVO. This is a must do step for phone to recognize the HDMI connection. (Neither HTC nor Sprint were aware of this step.). On reboot/restart, you will see a HDMI logo on top left corner of your EVO. This lets you know that EVO is detecting the HDMI cable connection. 5. Turn on your TV. Select the matching Input (Signal Source) for your cable from the phone. Now is time to what your pictures or MPEG video clips from your phone. Sorry no Netflix, Hulu, UVerse or any other non-MPEG format videos. However, you can play videos shot with EVO or play YouTube Videos. For watching pictures/photos use "Gallery" app in your list of apps. Select the picture or pictures then from Menu select Slideshow.
dont know how many times ive said this but GET AN OLDER TV it saves all that time you use trying to hook it up to a new one..it doesnt even have to be that old just not a plasma or HD tv, its much MUCH easyer and saves lots of time, and mabie even money
without wifi your going to need some sort of internet access to download anything, check the sides for an Ethernet port, plug it in, do your business.
after you have it downloaded however, you dont need any internet at all to actually watch a movie. unless its streaming =)
hope that helps.
The resolution of that plasma is extremely low, you will gonna have problems viewing even the simplest site an most programs wiil display badly - they need at least 800x600.
But for movies it will work just fine. Use an S-video cable from the video card to the tv and it should be automatically recognized. Configure it like any other tv, just make sure you select its native resolution - 852x480 - for best quality image.
You will have to connect your DVD player to the plasma TV, not the cable box. The cable box (or most cable boxes) have video outputs only. The same is true for the DVD player: it outputs the video to the tv.
Look in your DVD manual for scenarios for connecting your player to the tv.