Am I stupid?

  flyingbrit 23:12 06 Dec 05

I have a 6600gt graphics card in my pc, with D-SUB 15, DVI and a small round socket,TV-OUT S Video Composite with a cable to suit. What do I need to be able to receive tv channels and display them on pc?

a tv in card, like haupaugge etc.

  flyingbrit 23:17 06 Dec 05

Yea, so what's this cable for that's got the small round plug on each end then?

  VoG II 23:19 06 Dec 05

To connect to your TV?

  flyingbrit 23:20 06 Dec 05

which socket on tv?

  SANAP 23:37 06 Dec 05

It sounds like the socket is s-video a DIN and unless your tv has a similar socket then u will have to buy a converter. What make is ur tv, how old is it? The usaul way is to get and s-video socket at one end and a scart at the other. TV must have scart.


  flyingbrit 23:44 06 Dec 05

That's how it works!!!.....cheers SANAP

  flyingbrit 23:51 06 Dec 05

Sorry.....and the rest of you

  flyingbrit 23:52 06 Dec 05


  007al 23:54 06 Dec 05

And NO!you`re not stupid.
if you dont know,then you dont know!
i had the same conversation earlier about the connectors for a projector

  flyingbrit 00:16 07 Dec 05

Yea I realy knew I wasn't's just I couldn't work out where this damn cable came into the equation.

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