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Computer to TV Inter-connectivity

I want to connect my PC to the Panasonic TV... using the TV as the monitor, so I'm wondering if that is possible and if there is any kind of serial-to-s video cable, or serial-RCA cable, or any kind of connector that will work? Can it be done????

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  • DC33 Oct 11, 2007

    I went to the suggested web site, but was unable to find a serial-to-s video cable, or serial-to-RCA, which is the only way I can practically utilize the TV as monitor for computer output.  Thanks!

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Yes, look at www.MCMelectronics.com

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