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Sharp LC26GA3 input 4

Discussion in 'LCD & LED LCD TVs' started by Barnetto, Feb 23, 2005.

  1. Barnetto

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    I am sure this is a really stupid question.... but input 4 on the Sharp 26GA3E has a socket labelled rs-232c 10101. I can't see this explained in the manual at all. What is it for?
     
  2. imh

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    Controlling the display remotely i think.
     
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    The RS-232 socket is an interface to PCs and other enabled equiptment. Its is used to transfer control data from one device to another. The were the default comunication port on PCs prior to USB. On the LC32GA4, it is used to allow your PC to control the Screen.

    You can change channels, adjust the volume, and pretty much adjust everything from your PC. I guess its purpose is for HDPC.
     

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