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Re: connecting plasma tv to pc
You need to either connect to the TV the cord that your computer monitor would connect to or have a video card that supports S-Video and the appropriate cables S-Video and RCA audio out cables for either.
Then you must select the appropriate input on your TV, such as VGA or S-Video (and audio in.) .
2day i connected my laptop 2 tv.for that i bought 15 pin VGA cord & then connected in back side of tv RVG plug point.other end connected to the laptop serial port.after that in remote press FAV option & then select RVG option & then press OK.....
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A TV aerial feed - The BT Vision box gets its digital TV signals over-the-air, so needs a TV aerial. This needs to be connected to the aerial input socket on the V-Box. There is an output RF aerial socket to allow you to connect an aerial feed to a TV if required.
SCART lead - You need to make a connection from the Vision+ box to the TV using a SCART lead. If you have a HD TV set, you can also connect via an HDMI lead (not supplied).
Connection to Broadband - You'll need to connect from the BT Vision+ box to a BT Broadband connection. This is done using the BT Home Hub. The Home Hub is the Broadband router supplied by BT, and it connects into to your phone line to give you Internet access-The most common way to make the connection, is to connect an Ethernet (networking) cable from the BT Vision+ box to one of the Ethernet ports on the Home Hub. If you can't make a direct connecting to the Home Hub, you can use powerline adapters to make the connection. The self-install kit includes two Powerline adapters to allow you to connect to the Home Hub if it's in a different room to the BT Vision+ Box.
The BT Vision v-box has an additional scart socket, which can be connected to a video or dvd recorder.
In order to connect your TV - any sort - you need:-
1. A BT broadband package.
2. A BT YouView box.
3. A network connection to your HomeHub or other router.
If one of these is missing (or if your broadband connection is too slow) you will not be able to connect to BT TV.
If you have all 3, then on the TV select the signal source to the socket that the YouView box is connected to and it will be installed automatically.
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Is your KLV-32U300A have PCMCIA Card so you can connects easily your BT Tv. but if your TV don`t have that slot so sorry dear you have to upgrade your Tv. And I am surpizse that model is almost 4 to 5 years old, And its still works. (Nop its don`t have the PCMCIA CARD SLTS). Share with me you BT TV model or Device #.
If you really want, you can use an old CRT TV as a monitor provided you get it connected.... so your plasma... YES. If your PC has a DVI port, you could use a DVI - HDMI cable to connect. If your PC does NOT have a DVI port, you could install a video card that does... better yet, get a video card that has a HDMI port. This way, you'll only need a HDMI cable to connect the PC to the TV for audio and video.
hi , you can cenect your laptop to samsung plasma TV using VGA cable to your laptop. After all seting up, by pressing combination fn + F5 or F3 depend your laptop you will conected to samsung plasma tv. plasma will automatically detect your laptop connection. If not detected, you can choose PC input manually by pressing source on remocon. thanks.
You should use a HDMI cable. This cable will carry the audio and video from your Vision box to your plasma screen. Connect the cable to the HDMI port on the vision box and the other end to HDMI 1 on your TV. Once that is done turn on the vision box and then the TV and switch the TV to HDMI 1 using your tv remote and then once you have a picture use your vision box remote to change channels and perform other functions.
go into source and change it onto dtv and do a fti on the unit otherwise to get back to bt digital go into source and change to scart/av/ext if no effect try a new scart lead, if is connected via hd, go into source and change to hdmi this should change it,