[*]PC-IN 15 pin & PC/HDMI 2 Audio In
[*]S VHS/Hi8/DVC camcorder
What is the best, cheapest solution?
What kind of cable do I need?
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Edited by phillipcorcoran, 26 April 2011 - 08:21 AM.
Just connect your laptop to the TV's 15-pin D-sub connector using a regular vga cable. It won't give you HD of course, but it is the easiest & cheapest way to feed your laptop to it.
However, first check what display resolutions are available in your laptop's Display Properties because 40-inch is a big screen and the laptop might not have a resolution setting high enough to fill that size. It's depends how much memory the graphics adapter has at it's disposal. The lower the amount of video memory, the less the max resolution will be.
Endless times I've seen posts from people who bought a large-screen TV for their laptop, only to find they didn't do their homework properly and the graphics adapter wasn't powerful enough for such a large screen.
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