Advice 1: How to connect a TV to the system unit

A huge number of fans prefer to watch high quality movies on big screens. To avoid wasting money on expensive Blu-Ray player, connect a TV directly to the computer.
How to connect a TV to the system unit
You will need
  • cable HDMI-HDMI, adaptor DVI-HDMI.
Instruction
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To connect the TVand the system unit of the computer, you can use several different options. To begin, select the port in the TV, e, to which you will connect the video card of your PC. There are several key connectors, which are used to transmit digital or analog signal. The first type includes the ports of DVI and HDMI, the second is S-video and VGA.
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If you are a happy owner of a modern powerful computer, you're in luck. Most likely, your video card is already equipped with an HDMI port. In this case, you can simply buy a cable HDMI-HDMI to connect a computer with TVOhm.
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In the relatively older models of video cards there are two connectors: VGA and DVI. Specially for such cases, invented an adapter DVI-HDMI. Connect it to a video card, insert the HDMI-HDMI cable and connect it to the TVOhm.
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Note an important point: in many models of video cards, the DVI port does not transmit audio, unlike HDMI connector. In this situation, you need to purchase a cable with sound connector (3.5 mm) on both ends. Connect the Audio Out port in the sound card and the Audio in Jack on the TVE.
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It is not enough just to connect the TV and the system unit. Still need to adjust the display settings. Turn on the computer. Click the right mouse button on the desktop. Go to "screen Resolution". From the top you will see the icons of the two displays. Select the one that represents the TV.
6
If you want to expand your workspace, you click to "Expand screens". If you require to get the identical image on both screens, then select "Duplicate these displays".
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Not all chipsets support dual channel mode. You can learn about immediately after loading Windows: on the screen of the TVand will only display the background picture of the desktop. In such cases, click on the icon, symbolizing the TV, and select "Make this main display".

Advice 2: How to connect TV to PC via HDMI

To connect a TV to computer via HDMI using the appropriate cable, connect one device to another through a special connector. In addition, you will need to apply some settings.
You can connect a TV to computer via HDMI
Instruction
1
Purchase a HDMI-HDMI cable of suitable length to connect the TV to the computer. If your TV does not have this connector, you can buy a DVI-Out and pre-connect to the HDMI port-In. Computer or laptop must also have a HDMI port, otherwise the connection will not succeed.
2
Connect to the appropriate port of the computer HDMI to HDMI cable, the other end of which connect with a corresponding port of the TV. Turn on the TV and the computer. On the TV remote, find the button "input Source" (TV Input) and press it. In the menu that appears, specify the signal source HDMI output (if connected correctly, the item is likely to be highlighted). After a few seconds you will see on the screen image of your desktop operating system, and it suggests that you have managed to connect TV to PC via HDMI.
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If the computer image still does not appear on the TV screen, right click the mouse in any place of your desktop system and select "screen Resolution" or "appearance and personalization" (depending on Windows version). Click "Find" next to the image and number of your monitor. After that click on "menu" Screen and select connected TV, then press the "Duplicate this screen". Click "Apply" and "OK". Now your computer will be connected to the TV via HDMI.
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Remember that to transfer from the PC to the TV, not only the picture but also the sound will need to perform some additional steps. First, get the AUX cable and connect one end to port Audio Out of the computer and the other end to the Audio-In connector of the TV (the name and the location of the connectors depends on the model).
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Go to the start menu of the operating system and open the "control Panel", then click "Sound". If the audio cable was connected correctly, you will see from the available audio output on the TV. Click right mouse button and select "Use default". Now you will be able not only to enjoy viewing the picture from the monitor on the TV screen, but to listen to the sounds, played by the operating system.
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