Question about Televison & Video
Posted by Anonymous on
If you are asking about using a standard CRT Monitor with some device that has a Channel 3 TV output, you have to either have a tv tuner device between your monitor and the device you want to connect to, or find video outputs on the device other than the TV channel out in order to connect to a monitor. Monitors work with video signals. TV's work with radio signals. These two inputs are not the same thing. Channel 3 is a specific radio frequency signal that must be converted to video to be displayed by a TV. Computer monitors do not have the circuitry installed to convert radio frequency signals to video. Therefore, strictly speaking, there is no easy way to 'put' a CRT Monitor 'on channel three'.
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