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VGA to panasonic LT2 LCD tv scart?

Discussion in 'Desktop & Laptop Computers Forum' started by schillaci0, Jan 27, 2005.

  1. schillaci0

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    I an trying to connect my pc to my lcd tv, have connected via s-video but the text is unreadible any one have any idea :lease: as i only want view occasionaly as it will be used as a server, was going to try view via my laptop but have problem with that at the moment
     
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    Can't be done. At least, using SVideo and the like is the only way. You won't improve on the resolution - this TV is a low resolution device anyway and only has TV-style inputs.
     
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    The actual res is 854x480 and i think a cable from keene will do it, it is a scart to 15pin hd wired for RGsB 3 core.
     
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    Just spoke to keene electronics and the correct lead will cost £35 for 2m custom made not too bad me thinks
     

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