PC To TV Issues - Details Inside


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Hello All,

I'm currently trying to connect my PC to my TV (Details Below) but i'm having some issues with getting a decent screen resolution and was wondering if anyone could shed any light on this issue? I'm currently using S-Video to Scart but am willing to buy new cables extra for different connections if need be.

Screen type: 32"/82 cms visible plasma, progressive scan
Resolution: 824 x 1024 pixels
Pixel pitch: .84mm horizontal, .39mm vertical
Colours: 16.7 million colours
Luminance: 900 CD/M2 (typical)
Viewing angle: 160 degrees horizontal and vertical
Contrast ratio: >900:1
Sound system: 2 x 10 watts (RMS), NICAM tuner
Connections: Screen: DVI, 8 pin mini din (inputs for external tuner box), subwoofer output, speaker outputs
Tuner Box: SCART 1: SVHS, composite video, stereo audio in, composite video out;
SCART 2: RGB, composite video, stereo audio in, composite video out;
SCART 3: RGB, composite video, stereo audio in, composite video out;
Component video input with progressive scan support:
Dedicated S-Video and composite video outputs;
Front-mounted S-Video, composite video and stereo audio in
2 channel stereo out (via twin RCA/phono at rear)
Headphone output; centre channel input; 15 Pin D-Sub PC input
Tuner box info: Easytune automatic setup, 100 TV station presets, teletext
Supplied accessories: Remote control (with TV, DVD and VCR operation), swivel base, tuner box, batteries
WxHxD (mm) / Weight: Screen: 976 x 580 x 258 / 28.7 kg (including speakers and stand)
Screen without stand: 976 x 503 x 95
Tuner box: 430 x 85 x 240 / 3.2 kg
Colour: Silver
Extra: PAL, SECAM, NTSC compatibility; on screen display; multiple wide modes with scart signal aspect ratio switching, swivel base stand supplied, sleep timer, split screen teletext/TV signal, teletext/toptext with 100 page memory.

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I thought so too, im just not sure what leads i need to make it all work with audio? From my reading nvidea graphics cards don't do audio? Or would it be better to just do video via the TV and use a seperate system for audio?
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