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Connecting lcd to pc

Discussion in 'LCD & LED LCD TVs' started by duncan1000, Oct 14, 2004.

  1. duncan1000

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    For the last year I've had my pc connected to an lcd tv (an LG) with no problems at all as the lcd had a pc input on it.
    I've just replaced the lcd with a bigger one (also LG) but it doesn't have a pc input. I've tried connecting it with tv out and with s video and the picture is awful - what can I do?
     
  2. Lameway

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    Well you've kind of learnt the first thing about upgrading - always take your equipment along for a demo no matter how bulky/inconvenient it is as you'll pay out otherwise..

    There is no real way to improve the picture apart from getting a monitor for the PC and using the D-SUB to get a proper PC display..

    I tried many converters/lead types to try get a Shuttle with a nice picture on an LCD with scart/s-vid/composite, and in the end the PC's ended up connected up to my Tosh LCD and it looks a million times better just using the standard VGA lead..

    Sorry to be the bearer of bad news :(
     
  3. duncan1000

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    did you try the TView Gold VGA to Video converter?

    Claims to be great but I'm quite wary after your lack of joy in trying to find something
     

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