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Help me connect my tv to my computer

By spike352
Jun 18, 2010
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  1. help me i have a Hitachi rear projection TV model 61swx10b. and im trying to connect my computer which has a Evga Geforce gt240 512mb ddr5 graphics card to it using an Optoma BC-DICRXX05 DVI to Component RCA Cable (5M) since my graphics card has a dvi port but my tv doesn't. i hocked ip up but i cant get it work. if i duplicate the monitor and set the resolution to 800x600 i get a flickery purple image but that's it if someone can help[ me i would greatly appreciate it.
  2. spike352

    spike352 Newcomer, in training Topic Starter

    can any one help me
  3. spike352

    spike352 Newcomer, in training Topic Starter

    i could realy use the help
  4. spike352

    spike352 Newcomer, in training Topic Starter

    anyone out there have any ideas any at all?
  5. covertcriminal

    covertcriminal Newcomer, in training

    PC to TV Connection

    I just got done hooking my HP Media Center PC to my 50" Samsung plasma. First I tried dvi to component cable. This did not work because the TV reads a different signal than your monitor does. Next, I tried 15 pin vga to svideo/component converter box. It worked, kinda. The quality was horrible, you could not read text due to blurriness. The third thing I tried was a wireless device from x10. It was cheap and showed promise but suffered from wireless interference. Even when they were close enough to touch it flickered constantly. Finally I found a wireless device that plugs into your usb port instead and sends it to a receiver device. How far is the computer to the TV? It DOES NOT work well through walls. Best line of site. Mine is 20 - 30 ft away and looks great. The only drawback is when viewing video in "full-screen" mode it has slight pixelation but other than that its the best one I've seen. Here is the link to the page I found it. I hope this helps!
    facebook.com/#!/pages/Pimped-Out-Technology/131244850224134
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