PC monitor driver for Sony KDL52xbr2 rgb connector.
I have a Sony KDL52xbr2 hooked up to my PC with a rgb connector. Is there a driver available on the market that will enable full screen viewing of the picture? Right now it is just a 28''x22''on the TV viewing area.
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I believe the Sony Trinitron WEGAs do not have an HDMI connection on the back of the TV. If they do it would be labeled as HDMI input below that familiar looking HDMI narrow horizontal connector. But I believe what you have is the RGB connector which looks like three round female connectors which are color coated Red Green and Blue. Now these RGB connectors are a form of high definition but it's not a direct connect for for your HDMI DVD player or your XBOX 360 or what ever you want to hook the TV up to.
You'll have to convert you HDMI to RGB. you can still purchase DVD players with RGB outputs but if you already have a device that requires a TV with HDMI, you can buy a converter. Go to RadioShack or BestBuy or search online for a HDMI to RGB converter cable . It should look something like the picture below.
RED GREEN AND BLUE for video. And then the white and red connectors that are banded together are for your audio.
Hook up a computer to it. The tv could have an hdmi connector or monitor connector (check the back of the television to see which type of connectors you have available) so just plug a cable in from your pc to the tv.
For sound, a simple computer cable plugs into the headphone jack of the computer to the back of the television. If you have a PC, you may have a series of connectors for stereo surround sound systems (like a sound card). I use a simple jack that plugs into the headphone jack (stereo speaker jack) and also plugs into the pc audio in port on the tv. Now I just select the input (pc) from the sony menu and select the option for sound input and voila. As long as the pc is connected to the internet, your tv is your new monitor.
Sadly, RGB cannot carry sound. In order to hear the laptop sound on the television, You'll need to get an 1/8" headphone connector to RCA (White and Red plug) cable and connect it to the same input as the video is plugged in.
Couple of items come to mind. In the menu of the receiver, is there a way to choose video and RGB? Set the receiver to SAT Connect the HD Cable Box to SAT Check the TV is on Monitor RGB. Check the input being used by the monitor RGB cables is selected on the TV. Have a picture? NO, receiver has issues. Yes? Do this with each input to confirm they work. You can reset the whole receiver to factory by holding the tone button down and holding the standby button for three seconds. (This clears your speaker setups, too.)
Judging by the TV with a RGB hookup, I'm sure that it has S-video. So does that motherboard... Hook it up using S -video (cheap at WalMart), then go to Display properties. Choose Advanced, then the Intel Chipset. Choose the TV as the Primary and your TV will become your monitor
That's was a nice monitor,, yes there are some monitors that still use the RGB BNC, but your computer still has a standard monitor connection or DVI from the video card, a new monitor will come with a cable. Prices are down now on LCD's - the all-purpose LCD that are PC and TV compatible have those connections but they aren't as nice.
You need to change the input signal, get into the menu on your monitor and change the signal from rgb to dvi, hdmi or vga dipending on what cable you using for connection.
There is NO rgb connector on that monitor
Neichi could this monitor be set to receive dvi signals and not rgb even if he has the rgb hooked into the monitor? so in menu select rgb input?
Mitch, monitors don't conflict with windows generally usually they(windows os) will install a basic generic driver to run the monitor, and you should do this when changing monitors before you hook up the new one, your description really lacks any concrete description where are the "black and blue errors" what do they look like last I have had problems with modems interfering with video so I would remove the modem and see if the problem goes away.
If you are getting a "No Signal" message, someone may have inadvertantly pressed the wrong button on the monitor. Use up arrow of button #5 below to cycle through RGB (normal VGA connection) and DVI sources. Down arrow will result in "No Signal" message.
There are five buttons at the bottom of the screen on this monitor. From the left:
1 - sound volume
2 - degausser
3 - power on/off
4 - monitor set-up
5 - RGB/DVI source