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panasonic tv to dell laptop


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Can anyone tell me which cable i will need to connect a dell XPS laptop to a panasonic TH42 digital hd tv. Also what setiings will i have to change on the laptop thanks derek

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Fruit Bat /\0/\

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Many XPS models

if yours has a HDMI output use a HDMI cable you shoul not have to change any settings.

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Thanks fruit bat for your reply. The laptop does have a hdmi output and the tv has a hdvi input, the only problem is that the panasonic tv handbook states that this connection is not suitable for pc to tv connection and the input shold be via the D-sub 15pin connector. derek

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if you have a HDMI cable try it.

other wise you need a VGA cable and audio cable (can come combined)

http://columbiaisa.50webs.com/laptoptotv.htm

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Hi again fruit bat, have tried the hdmi laptop to tv but it just displays "no signal" it looks as if i will need a lead with hdmi and a D-sub 15 pin. thanks again for your help derek

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