vga to rca, laptop to tv, hp g60 to (old) sony triniton

  hammersforteeth 22:22 PM 19 Jan 12
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need help getting my laptop connected to my tv, tv is pretty old but i dont see why it wouldnt work...

  hammersforteeth 22:23 PM 19 Jan 12

my bad thats sony trinitron tv

  hammersforteeth 22:25 PM 19 Jan 12
  hammersforteeth 22:35 PM 19 Jan 12

heres the manual if that helps

http://www.docs.sony.com/release/KV27HSR10.PDF

  Fruit Bat /\0/\ 20:17 PM 20 Jan 12
  hammersforteeth 20:53 PM 21 Jan 12

i have that but to female RCAs, and it still wont show up

  Fruit Bat /\0/\ 23:11 PM 21 Jan 12

you need to select the correct input on the TV (usually by pressing source button on remote)

you also need to set the laptop to output to the external VGA port (usually Fn + one of the F keys {square in blue})

  Secret-Squirrel 10:18 AM 22 Jan 12

Apologies for contradicting Fruit Bat's advice, but the cable he linked to won't work as your TV doesn't have any RCA RGB inputs.

What you need is a VGA converter - HERE's one example of the device you need to get, although I've not personally used it. You'd then connect it to the S-video or RCA video-in on the back of your Sony TV.

Note that if you simply want to view movies and photos then the picture quality will be satisfactory. If you intend to use it to mainly view text and other small objects then you'll be disappointed with the lack of sharpness. The same applies to all those converters.

  hammersforteeth 01:50 AM 24 Jan 12

im not an idiot fruit bat i know how to select the right input on the tv. thank you squirel i knew of this method but was trying to avoid it if i could but it looks like i wont be able to do it without buying the converter

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