I'm confused as hell about this... Now currently: I have a TV Card. It is very simple, quite old and was cheap. Aerial goes from PC into a three-way module converter thingy, then from that ONE AERIAL goes to my Tv and the other aerial goes to our houses main aerial (so I can get Sky or 'Cable' TV in my room when it's on downstairs). With this set-up, I can only get video when watching Tv via my PC, no audio at all unless I'm watching the channel that comes from the downstairs aerial in which case, I can get audio, but not record it. The TV I have is a TV-Video Combi (TV and VHS in one). Now, I want to be able to; 1) Get video and audio via my PC from my TV. 2) And watch whatevers on PC via my TV. I know how to do number 2 software wise, it's just sorting the components/cables out. MY TV-Video Combination: It has a aerial socket (which my aerial currently sits in quite nicely). A Scart socket (which my Gamecube is plugged into). And three tulip connectors (?) at the front; Incase you can't see the above image, it shows. Video (Yellow), Audio (White), Headphones (Black) - Sockets MY GRAPHICS CARD: On the back it has; Where the monitor goes (currently plugged in, lol). A S-Video Connector - 11 Pin And whatever the hell this is; PC 2 TV: What I can gather is, all I have to do is find a S-Video 2 Scart cable and this will sort out my problem (video and audio wise) of getting whatevers on my PC onto my TV. Is this correct? MY TV CARD: It has many 'holes' in the back of it, these are; Remote - For the remote control I got with it. S-VHS - Which is a 4pin S-Video variant - AV-IN (Tulip Yellow) - ? TV - Currently has my aerial in. Audio Out (Green Tulip) AM I RIGHT? How do I get audio when watching TV on my pc? Am I right in thinking I must connect the 'AV-IN' from my TV Card to the 'Audio' socket on the front of my TV?? ------------------------------------------------ This is driving me insane and I'm supposed to be up in 11hrs to go to town to buy the components/cables/whatever I need!! ARRRGGHHH! Thank you, thank you, thank you, to anybody that helps!!