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Well to your somewhat undetermined question if you are connecting to a tv say an hdtv certain graphics cards need to be hdcp compatible but in other instances no
Posted on Dec 01, 2009
By "TV" Signals, do you mean video signals? If so, the WIndows video player does a good job of playing most varieties. If you mean off air or cable TV signals, you'll need a receiver. Look at the Elgato, or similar brands. They plug into a USB port and are capable of receiving analog and/or HD ATSC signals, or cable signals. Keep in mind that digital cable signals are generally a mess to identify and sort out because they are on different digital channels and subchannels. You may need a digital to analog converter in front of your Elgato to keep from going nuts trying to fighure out where everything is.
Posted on Nov 14, 2009
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