I have the following connections:
-a/c adapter to power (box),
-coax cable to tv (box),
-vga output (box) to lcd monitor.
When I hit power on. I get a blank screen but I know the monitor is on b/c the light is green on the monitor. I tried hitting the source (box) a few times and it would say no RGA input detected. Sometimes the monitor seem to flicker if I look closely enough. The monitor is just black. I know the monitor works cause it works perfectly through my laptop. What's wrong? How can I fix this problem?
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Connect cable wire out of wall to cable box input. Attach cable wire or HDMI cable from cable output to the appropriate tv input. Turn on cable box & tv. Goto source on tv and set it to the corresponding input that you connected to the back of the tv. If your tv does not have a HDMI input then you will not get hi definition tv. You can get digital. If you got a digital adapted you follow the same procedue but instead of a cable box you connect the digital adapter.
First of all check out does both the LCD tv and laptop both have vga cable input socket This is the most important step, as it will allow you to buy the right equipment. VGA cable is the standard 15-pin connection that you would use to connect a monitor to a PC or laptop. Use a VGA cable to connect your laptop's VGA output with the television's VGA input. Use separate audio connection with mini-jack (3.5 mm) to RCA adapter. Turn on your devices. Once you've made the connections, turn devices on. Switch your TV to the input mode that corresponds with the input you used to connect your laptop, and you should now view your laptop on your LCD TV. This will help.Good luck.
Both devices are "DTE" (Data Terminating Equipment).
So, you'll need a "crossover" Ethernet cable, to turn one 'DTE' into one 'DCE' (Data Concentrator Equipment). But, that is not a "complete" solution.
You could buy an external TV-adapter, and connect it to a USB port on your computer, and connect that adapter to a TV coax cable, and watch TV on your laptop's screen.
Then, connect the VGA-output from your PC to the VGA-input on your TV, and you can push the TV-image from your PC to your LCD TV.
The n2700w has both a vga and dvi connection so depending on what type of output you have from you computer (which one of these) you hook up accordingly. You must be able to select the input type, coax cable for tv input, vga, or dvi. If you have the TV tuner on your 2700w, the coac cable connects to it. The tv tuner is a small box that resides under the removable panel on the back of unit where the other connectors are located.
Your laptop will have a VGA output or possibly a S-video out. For the
VGA you'll need a standard VGA cable. Plug the cable in to your laptop
and the PC input of your TV. If your TV does not have PC input it may
have a DVI input. IF it does you can use a VGA/DVI adapter to plug it
in. If it doesn't have a DVI input you can use the S-Video output on
your laptop with a standard S-video cable. After the connection to your
TV is made you will have to toggle alternate display by pressing and
holding your [Fn] key and pressing F4, or F5, or another F# key. It's
the one that looks like a TV screen. Press once to turn on output,
press again to turn off your laptop screen, press again to go back to
laptop screen only
yes, you need to use an Audio/Video cable (red, white, yellow) to hook
to the TV. I've never seen a VCR that doesn't have coax
connectors for the antenna input and TV ouput, but maybe the new ones
are starting to leave that out. Normally, you run the antenna or
cable coax into the VCR's input, then run another coax from the VCR
output to the TV's input (or use an A/V cable)
1-Get an Xbox 360 HD cable (see the picture1 below)
2-Connect the red and white plugs to one of your amplifier's empty inputs.
3-Connect the VGA plug to the LCD directly
By following these instructions you'll be able to get surround sound from your amplifier as long as you keep it turned on.
2nd solution could be that; (if you have some other equipments connected to the amplifier such as dvd, cd, etc.)
1-Get the above-mentioned HD Cable and get a VGA to S-Video adapter (a small piece of equipment)
2-Do the same thing as mentioned in the 2nd above
3-This time, you're gonna select a VIDEO INPUT (video1, video2,etc.) on your amplifier's input selector. Affix the VGA plug of your HD cable to the S-Video adapter, and connect it to an empty S-Video input slot at the back side of the amp.
4-Get a simple RCA cable or a digital coax cable (up to you) to make a connection between the "monitor out" slot of the amp. and the "video in" slot of the LCD.
It's important that which video input you've selected in your amp. to make this connection. For instance, if you choose "VIDEO 1", you will have to connect all plugs (Audio and Video) via VIDEO 1 slots.