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Connecting LCD when Manufac says you cant

Discussion in 'LCD & LED LCD TVs' started by foster111, Dec 30, 2004.

  1. foster111

    foster111
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    Is there anyway you can connect a LCD TV to a PC when the maufacturer says it has no PC input. The LCD im thinking of buying is the Sharp LC22SV2E with:
    Terminals
    Antenna Terminal (Din Type)
    AV1 Input: 21-pin Euroscart
    AV2 Input: S-Video/Video (cinch)
    Audio (L/R)
    Headphone (3.5 mm mini jack)
    AV output: S-Video/Video, Audio (L/R)
    Is it possible????
     
  2. will-uk

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    how about:

    linky

    or better yet (if you have svideo)
    linky

    :thumbsup:
     
  3. foster111

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    s video from graphics card??
     
  4. mick's cat

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    Yes, my laptop's got it built in. However, it's not worth the bother to connect a computer to a TV of any description this way for any other purposes than say a Powerpoint presentation unless the TV's got a proper VGA or (best) a digital connection.
     
  5. will-uk

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    think my first link didnt work properly...

    so here it is again :)

    linky
     
  6. foster111

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    Thank you i will consider this option but may purchase a samsung that supports a computer input
     

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