Advice 1: How to connect the monitor to the TV

Agree, often comes the idea that the monitor of the computer is too small to see, for example, favorite movie. In such moments I want to display video on the TV screen, but did not lose quality and volume.
How to connect the monitor to the TV
Instruction
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In order to connect the monitor to the TV it is necessary to analyze the available cables
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To determine exactly what wire connection you have.
The basic system connections include: VGA (often the cable is blue), DVI (the cable often white), standard compound (often yellow color cable) and SCART
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Then you have to understand what your available inputs your TV has. The TV has free HDMI, VGA, component or composite port.
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If you have a DVI to PC and HDMI to the TV, you can use a DVI to HDMI cable. If your computer and TV has a VGA connection you can directly connect these cables -VGA to VGA. If your PC has a VGA connection and the TV has HDMI connection you can connect the VGA cable to the DVI Converter and then DVI to HDMI cable connection. These methods can support an HD signal.
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When you create a connection monitorand TV should be taken into account that the cables for VGA, DVI and component video don't support audio signals
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If your HDTV has an audio input, you can connect a separate audio cable from your computer sound card directly to the TV. And also you can connect the audio signal from various devices, such as external computer speakers or your home stereo system.
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If your computer does not support the type of video, then you can install a new video card that has the correct connection

Advice 2 : How to connect a VCR to the monitor

Many people today use old things. Do not rush to throw your old, seemingly unnecessary video recorder. If you connect it to the monitor, you can view your favorite movies and TV shows in excellent quality.
How to connect a VCR to the monitor
You will need
  • video recorder, a monitor, a TV tuner or a standalone TV tuner, adapter, cable
Instruction
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Take the monitor (assuming the VCR you already have). If you manage to find the Multisystem model of the monitor with video input, you can connect a VCR to the monitor directly. However, most of the video inputs of monitors support only one standard and the rest are much more expensive.
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Purchase a TV tuner and install it on your computer (make it pretty easy). The system thus obtained is not the distance, that is requires turning on the computer. However, not everyone wants to watch a movie to wait for the load on the computer and constantly click the mouse.
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If the idea of charge you are not satisfied for any reason, purchase a standalone TV tuner with an RGB output to a monitor (in fact, this is a better way to connect a VCRto a monitorthan a TV tuner). External TV tuner will switch the signal from the VCR, and the control parameters in this case is remotely controlled. An additional device (itself the TV tuner) is quite compact, and doesn't, besides the problems with his purchase, usually does not happen.
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Plug the TV tuner. Each TV tuner is instruction which needs to be hooked up to the monitor and VCR. Connecting to the VCRyou have is through the adapter with three "tulips" - yellow (or S-Video), red and white. The adapter is usually sold bundled with a TV tuner.
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Purchase the cable. Supplied adapter at both ends has a connector "Tulip", but the VCR SCART requires an appropriate cable, where one side is SCART and the other – "tulips". It is bought separately (make sure that the "tulips" were not inputs and outputs).
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Turn the assembled system. Then insert the tape into the VCR and enjoy watching your favorite movie through the monitor!
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