Question about Philips Computers & Internet
I bought Philips Brillance Multiview UltraWide 298x4Q model. I have a new computer with integrated video card. The monitor does not start with DVI cable when the computers starts (it says "no video input"). I have to start the computer with a Sony TV with HDMI connection, after that I connect the DVI cable to the Philips monitor, and surprise: I have video signal on it. What I have to do to have my monitor opened once with the computer? It may be related with the fact that I can not set the image resolution to the monitor native resolution (2560x1080)? Can be this because I don't have a special video card on my computer? There is a video card that you recomand me?
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Hi, I'm afraid that not only a cable is needed but an analog (vga) to digital (dvi) converter/scaler as well. The iLo LCD Display V27DMBX-U12 can hook up to a PC using the DVI-I connection only. As you said, your computer has the standard 1D15 pin VGA connector. Another possibility is if your video card has a composite video output (normally a color yellow RCA female) or an S-Video output which will both connect direct to your iLo LCD Display V27DMBX-U12. For the RCA connection all you need is an ordinary RCA to RCA shielded wire cable and for the S-Video, an S to S Video cable will work. There is of course the question about the quality or the resolution. Good luck and hope that this be of some help to you. Pls post again how things turn up. Kind regards.
Posted on Jul 31, 2007
SOURCE: No input detected on projector
it sounds like the A/V reciever does not upconvert the component signal to HDMI. Not many do. The Marantz recievers will (SR6001, SR8001, etc..). Also bear in mind that HDMI cables are finicky and may require amplification over a few meters long.
Posted on Dec 04, 2007
I got the chat , but some how it got disconnected.
But i would like to help you in this aspect.
HDMI stands for High Definition Multimedia Interface, and supports transmission of both audio and video in high fidelity.
First make sure these things,
Both your computer and your TV will need to support HDMI interface.
It's quite a recent thing in PC graphics cards, so you may have to resort to S-Video, DVI or VGA for the video, plus a 3.5mm stereo cable (or the optical TOSLINK equivalent) for the sound.
Let know your comments and i will follow up with the suggestions.
Thanx for using fixya,
Posted on Sep 28, 2008
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