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Can I use my tv as a computer monitor?

I have a rear projection panasonic tv 53 in. Can I use it as a computer monitor so I can watch movies

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You can use a video card that has composite out, but the picture will never be as clear as your computer monitor. for that you will want a LCD with vga connection.

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Large yellow blot on the left side of the screen.


that sounds like a very expensive repair I'm afraid
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Sounds like the red and green images have shifted.

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Watch movies from computer to tv


look on the back or sides of the unit. it should have a hdmi cable hookup, it will look like a monitor input, then you have to make sure you set the tv input to that. then you have to set your laptop to add another monitor to be able to use it.

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3D Looking Colors


yes its most likely the STK392-110 ICs change both at the same time. You can get replacements at the following link with free instalation instructions.
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Looks like watching 3D movie(colors) and rounded


convergence IC.s replacement and realigment job for expert technician no to expensive job

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bad convergence ic's
http://home.earthlink.net/~oleg.filippov/ConvergenceFix.htm
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