I have a Phillips 17? LCD TV. The connections on it are:
Back: Audio L/R, CVBS in / out, RGB, Antenna IEC75, DVI-D, PC audio in
Front: Audio in, CVBS in, Headphone out, S-Video in
Does anyone know what cable I should get in order to connect the xbox-360?
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Re: Connecting the X-box 360
It depends on the connection you want to use. There are 3 possibilities, in ascending order: Regular RCA cable that goes into the CVBS; an S-VIDEO cable; a component cable (goes into the RGB). If you want to enjoy HDTV games, you should go for the third option. In smaller TVs (like yours) the difference in quality is less noticeable.
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Unfortunately, DVI doesn't support audio. Your headphone output may work if you have a PC audio input on the TV. However, you might need to change the audio output on the Acer 6290G. It is probably defaulting to using the HDMI audio output.
Go to the Control Panel (click on Start). Select the Hardware and Sounds section. In Sounds, look for Manage Audio Devices. Change the Default Audio Device to a different Audio device (look for Output in the description). Note: you may need to turn off the computer and TV and turn them both on for the headphone jack cable to be identified.
If this doesn't work, check the manual for the TV. It might only have the PC audio connection available for a VGA port. Please add a comment with the TV model, if you need assistance with this step. Make sure that you aren't connecting the headphone out of the 6920G to a headphone out on the TV.
the dvi out of pc via adaptor to hdmi on tv has no audio,ok.
so LG diagram shows separate audio into Audio in RGB/DVI.
Resulting in video in on HDMI ok,but audio on RGB.Can not get both together.
Fix is revert to DVI to RGB lead with audio on RGB/DVI input.
The audio jack would only work with mono plug for audio in, to RGB.
This TV has no HDMI input socket. It Has a DVI input socket. Therefore you will require an HDMI to DVI converter adapter or an HDMI to DVI cable. The DVI is video only so you will require audio cables from your Sky box (Audio L and R ) which will connect to the back left of your TV (Audio L/R sockets next to the s-video and component video connectors)
Yes you can split the signal out from the back of the Freesat/HD (not the TV)to the second TV.
Look what outputs are on the Freesat box - the RF (standard cable) output should go to the 2nd TV (TV set to CH3) and the a/v cables,HDMI or DVI cable should go to the new TV - Note:To receive HD the output from the Freesat should be either HDMI,DVI or Composite output (RGB video jacks) with red White for audio. If you have HDMI this is best - it also provides audio.
You need to run the audio out to an amplifier such as a stereo unit. The computer doesn't have enough power via the line out to make the TV pick up the sound by itself unless you turn the volume all the way up and maybe not even then, so an amplifier is your answer. It work for me.
So, You have Five cable leads, The rgb get plugged into there corresponding colors and the other two are your Red and White Audio Input ------Correct? You do not use the in4, that is for a pc with horiz and vert sync. You use input 1 rgb and plug the red and white into the audio input.....your done!