connect laptop to pc

  peety89 09 May 11
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hi.i have a acer one laptop and a fairly new lg tv i can get picture from my laptop to tv using a vga cable (input rgb) however the audio comes threw my tv but not on input rgb but on (input component). the audio cable im using is a audio y cable. any suggestions? thanks

  Woolwell 09 May 11

I don't really understand but a VGA cable does not carry sound.

Your thread title says "connect laptop to pc" but do you mean "laptop to tv"?

Do you have picture and sound on your TV with your current set up?

  peety89 09 May 11

sorry yes laptop to tv.yes the tv picks up the picture threw the vga fine but the sound comes threw onto my tv threw a different input i.e if you use you dvd player you change tv input. thanks

  peety89 09 May 11

yes i have picture and sound.

  Fruit Bat /\0/\ 09 May 11

Make and model of both laptop and TV may help to identify the problem.

  peety89 09 May 11

laptop - acer one 533

tv - lg 22lh2000

  Woolwell 09 May 11

If you've got picture and sound from your laptop then I don't understand your problem.

  Fruit Bat /\0/\ 09 May 11

You should be connecting to RGB In (D-sub 15pin) - PC

PC Audio Input 1

link text on TV

  peety89 09 May 11

the problem is the sound comes out on a differnt channel ie, (av 1) instead of (av 2) so just want to know if the audio y cable (jack one side, red and white connection the other side)is the correct cable

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