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pemy
10-02-2007, 10:21 AM
Hi,
I would like to connect a laptop to my HDTV via VGA to COMPONENT.
I found a cable that should do the job.
Is it going to work?
What about the quality?
Why some company are suggesting to use a box signal converter and not a simple cable.
Thank you

Daniele
www.danielebigi.com (http://www.danielebigi.com)

ps
currently I'm using a VGA to VGA cable. Unfortunately my TV accept only 4:3 VGA signal like: 640x480 1024x768 1280x1024 etc. So I can't use the full 16:9 screen, with the current connection I have got black bands along the sides. I'm hoping to solve the problem with VGA to COMPONENT connection.
ps

lots
10-02-2007, 01:01 PM
Does your video card have alternate videou outputs?

Many modern cards can put out component output straight from the card..

pemy
10-02-2007, 03:29 PM
Does your video card have alternate videou outputs?

Many modern cards can put out component output straight from the card..

Hi
I have got only VGA and S-video (S-video is really bad) my idea is to output hd resolution from my laptop to the TV. I would like to use 1280*720p 60hrz)

Daniele
www.danielebigi.com

Szos
10-03-2007, 10:29 AM
Hi
I have got only VGA and S-video (S-video is really bad) my idea is to output hd resolution from my laptop to the TV. I would like to use 1280*720p 60hrz)

Daniele
www.danielebigi.com (http://www.danielebigi.com)
Output HDTV quality through component? Not sure if that's gonna work actually. Component might be better than S-video, but I don't think it's gonna give the results you might be looking for.

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