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VGA cable to RCA pins assignment

Good day, I'd like to make a VGA cable to RCA for my Laptop to my analog TV since my laptop has no S-Video slot...do you know/have a diagram for that on what pins need to be connected to RCA?

thanks alot.

Fernan

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  • pjragencies Jan 30, 2009

    i like to know how to connect the laptop to single rca cable . any one can send the pin diagram to my mail id rameshpuravi@hotmail.com

  • Anonymous May 06, 2009

    Aku juga mau converter dari vga ke rca, tapi aku belum tau pin mana aja yang di gabung..... tolong bantuannya yaa... lagi cari2 di internet tapi belum dapat.... kalo ada infonya kirim ke email : miftachulazis@gmail.com

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If you are trying to go to composite video (yellow only), you'll need to convert the signal using a PC to TV Converter

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