Advice 1: How to connect a projector to a TV

Modern projectors are used to display the image on a special surface. Usually this method is used to increase the size of theimage and that very when displaying presentations in larger rooms.
How to connect a projector to a TV
You will need
  • - video signal cable.
If you need to connect the projector to the TV, you need a device with certain features. In this case, refers to a projector that is able to transmit the video signal. Of course, if you are using a projector that is not able to read information from hard disks or other media, then first connect it to your computer.
You should get the following diagram: PC -> projector -> TV. Select the connector of the video card, through which you can connect the projector to the system unit. It is better to use a digital channel such as HDMI or DVI-D. of Course, the projector must attend the appropriate port. If not, use the VGA channel. Purchase the appropriate cable and connect to it via computer video card to the projector.
Now select the connector that you will connect the TV with the projector. Modern TVs have VGA and HDMI channels. Rare that you see the video input is DVI. Get the right cable and connect it using the correct device. Turn on the TV and enter the main channel signal.
Configure the settings for the synchronous operation of the computer, the projector and the TV. Open the settings menu screen. Press the "Find" button and wait for a determination of the second device. Select the equipment (computer monitor or projector), the screen will be the main. Activate the relevant function.
Specify synchronous operation of the monitor with the projector. Given the fact that the latest device is connected the TV, it is better to use the function "Expand screen". Activate it and click the "Save changes". Now on the TV screen and the canvas of the projector will display an identical image, different from what is transmitted to the computer monitor.

Advice 2: How to connect hard drive to TV

DVD players are gradually fading, giving way to media players and TVs with USB interface. Really, why hoard piles of discs at a time when all the movies keep the hard disk connected to the TV.
Hard disk can be connected to the TV via the USB interface
Hard drive may be an independent device having a cable for connection to USB, and component part of the computer or laptop. And if in the first case, you do not need to connect to the TV , no additional equipment, the second will have to buy an external enclosure for the hard drive. These chassis are sold in computer stores and help to connect any hard disk to the computer, TV, music centre and other equipment.
If your TV is not equipped with a USB interface, it does not mean that you will not be able to connect it to the hard drive. Enough to buy a media player to play media files from any USB device and use it as a adapter between the hard drive and TV. Some media players have built in hard drives or connectors for connecting such disks.
So, to connect a hard drive to the TV, connect the device USB cable and if the TV has no USB connector, then use it as a media player adapter that connects to the TV via HDMI or via composite audio/video cable.
Some TVs have a USB connector, but will not play some multimedia formats. In such cases not to do without "omnivorous" media player.
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