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DVI to RCA3 AV OUT

I need to find a (one solid) cable/cord that goes from DVI to RCA3 AV (red yellow white) OUT so I can hook my Dell XPS 410 to my RCA brand TV. I have 3 sets of red yellow and white plugs (female) built in. There is no RGB plugs at all.

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DVI to Composite Video (yellow) adapters are available in many online stores for mail order. You will need to get a separate mini-RCA jack to stereo RCA adapter to hook the audio output from the computer to the stereo audio (red and white) connections of the cable.

Search google for DVI to composite video adapter, and the mini-RCA adapter can be found at most home entertainment or electronics stores (Best Buy, Circuit City, etc)

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