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Vga Port I wont to My Old Crt Monitor use like a television. So can i gave tv signal via 15 pin monitor input cable. How can I Prepare the Cable Please Help Me. thanks

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Hey there!

by default, you cannot connect a tv signal cable like that..mainly because, the monitor does not have a built in tuner :)

what you need to do is get yourself a tv tuner card, internal or external and you're good to go :) you would need your entire PC though..some external tuners allow you to connect without the PC itself :)

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