Question about Televison & Video
You'll need an hdmi cable and a port on both the laptop and the tv. Then you'll have to set up your video card for one or two screens
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Hello......Let's talk video....Your Tv has an S-video input and a VGA input....Chances are your computer's video card hay not have S-video output...It's small ,round...looks similar to a PS2 mouse or keyboard port.If it does...you can use the S-video(SuperVideo).If you computer is not equipped with this...You can use the VGA typacally used to connect the monitor to the pc...Depending how far apart the TV and the PC are..this can be easy...this determines the length of the cables you are to use...If you go with the S-video cable..It may be less expensive...if you go with the VGA cable..be sure to get one long enough...as far as the sound...since your tv has a VGA input...I may also have the sound input for your pc connection..This requires a cable with a 1/8" stereo plug on either end...You can connect one end to you tv and the other to the headphone jack on your pc....or you could just listen to the sound thru the pc fpr now....Let me know how this works out....I hope this was helpful....PEACE....
Posted on Jan 26, 2012
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