Home > Vga To > Vga To Component Cable Not Working

Vga To Component Cable Not Working


Quote 13th Dec 201211:37 #28 pandy View Profile View Forum Posts Private Message Member Join Date : Sep 2008 Originally Posted by usually_quiet We have already covered this. This cable is actually designed for use with certain projectors that have a 15-pin VGA connection that is specially designed to be capable of accepting the component video signal (often referred Is the picture quality the same if one were to use these compared to using just component cables from a video card that has a direct component output, which is really Your television, on the other hand, could have one of several video options, each of which we will look at in this article. weblink

There's no standard for pinouts on those connectors so be sure to get the right adapter. are you saying it can compensate for lag, so there's no lag ? Close Contact Cart: 0 items Apple Compatible Audio/Video Accessories Audio/Video Products Bulk Cable Cable Management Coaxial Cable Computer Products Digital Camera Cables DVI Products Fiber Optic Fire/Security Cables HDMI Products Home Denis Sensey 81,567 views 3:59 Using a VGA to RCA Video Converter Box on a CRT TV - Duration: 5:27. my site

Vga To Component Video Converter

If this is your first visit, be sure to check out the FAQ by clicking the link above. Working... I didn't figure it out until late last week that the gender changer might work (which it did cuz I just tested it tonight!) Cool thing is it works almost JUST Ayliana Moonwhisper Ecksus CerazalJoeslop on May 20090 Posts PeregrineFalcon Registered User regular May 2009 edited May 2009 It doesn't.

If you want to be understood, at least make the tiny effort required to let us know what kind of converter(s) you mean and which post you are replying to. get a KMV switch, and hook it up as you would 2 computers to one monitor, then u can switch between both vga sources... unless you can have the VGA out on your PC output as Y Pb Pr, you're probably S.O.L. Vga To Component Diy VGA-to-component cables are generally for projector systems that use the 15-pin connector for both to save board space.

You may find a better one yourself. 4. Vga To Component Resolution Not Supported Advertisement innes1203 Thread Starter Joined: Feb 5, 2008 Messages: 12 Hey all, Ive recently purchased a VGA to Component lead to allow me to watch movies on my brand new tv The Deliverator on May 20090 Sign In or Register to comment. This discussion is locked            mattyT Level 1 (0 points) Q: Component Video to VGA cable not working?!

Hi,Simple story, I just got my ATV and connected it to an analogue VGA monitor using a Component (red,green,blue) to VGA cable.The cable is there:-http://cgi.ebay.co.uk/ws/eBayISAPI.dll?ViewItem&ih=007&sspagename=STRK%3AMEWN%3A IT&viewitem=&item=170098638008&rd=1&rd=1I hooked the ATV up to Vga To Composite Converter you click on on "Graphics Driver" then "Geforce and TNT2" then select your O/S Download the new driver, but don't install it. If you give us the manufacturer's names and exact model numbers of the computer and TV, we may be able to tell you if you can connect the TV to your And I figured out my solution.

Vga To Component Resolution Not Supported

Quote 10th Dec 201206:20 #20 pandy View Profile View Forum Posts Private Message Member Join Date : Sep 2008 Based on info from madshi (author for madVR renderer - http://forum.doom9.org/showthread.php?p=1604480#post1604480 http://forum.videohelp.com/threads/351181-Connecting-PC-s-VGA-to-TV-s-Component As usual your advice in this thread is impractical for the vast majority of Video Help members. Vga To Component Video Converter Running RGB analog video through a VGA to SCART cable may actually give you the best an analog video picture that may even be a tiny bit better than component video. Vga To Component Transcoder ASUS Crosshair V *Water* | FX-8320 Enzotech Sapphire CPU block | 8GB Mushkin 2133 | 6970 2GB | 256GB SSD | SB X-Fi Elite Pro | Corsair 520W Modular | 3x

Close Yeah, keep it Undo Close This video is unavailable. http://admitcore.net/vga-to/vga-to-component-cable-not-working-nvidia.html A converter like this: Will there be any lag ? Powered by vBulletin Version 4.2.2 Copyright © 2016 vBulletin Solutions, Inc. Statistics 449 visitors over the past 5 minutes Newest guides MP4Box general documentation Remuxing TV Bluray Discs with BatchGuy Remuxing Movie Bluray Discs with BatchGuy Batch Bluray Encoding with BatchGuy How Vga To Ypbpr Converter

It is similar to the Calrad Electronics 40-480 VGA to Component Video Converter available for a much higher price at Newegg. Quote 13th Dec 201200:46 #24 usually_quiet View Profile View Forum Posts Private Message Member Join Date : Aug 2006 Location : United States Originally Posted by i am a hobo ASUS Crosshair V *Water* | FX-8320 Enzotech Sapphire CPU block | 8GB Mushkin 2133 | 6970 2GB | 256GB SSD | SB X-Fi Elite Pro | Corsair 520W Modular | 3x http://admitcore.net/vga-to/vga-component-cable-not-working-laptop.html you just want to be able to hook your PC to your TV, right?

did you read the whole thread? Dvi To Component Published on Jan 11, 2013 Category People & Blogs License Standard YouTube License Loading... Component video gives you the same high quality picture as VGA, so it's the next best choice after VGA for converting a computer signal. (The other two video options we list

Thanks for the response.

I have another pc which has a DVI connection, my tv has an HDMI input, so hopefully that will be easier, and a better picture. DVI Digital Video Cable DVI to HDMI Video Cable What about Audio? My post was primarily about a commercial VGA to component converter that the OP asked about, plus questions about what he meant by "lag induced from using HDMI". Component Video To Vga Advertisement Tech Support Guy Home Forums > Software & Hardware > Multimedia > Home Forums Forums Quick Links Search Forums Recent Posts Members Members Quick Links Notable Members Current Visitors Recent

sorry I missed this thread to save you waiting for the email reply. VGA to component video cables, such as the one shown to the right, are often mistakenly purchased in an attempt to connect a computer's VGA source to a component video display. Does this page have an accurate description of your TV: http://www.which.co.uk/reports_and_...ng/lcd_and_plasma_tvs/pp_excel_546_104273.jsp cwwozniak, Feb 5, 2008 #4 innes1203 Thread Starter Joined: Feb 5, 2008 Messages: 12 Im pretty sure it supports http://admitcore.net/vga-to/vga-component-video-cable-not-working.html Reply With Quote 04-04-07,09:18 AM #5 Sk3ptic View Profile View Forum Posts New Member Join Date Apr 2007 I got the same problem, my comp only has VGA out :/

Loading... Apple disclaims any and all liability for the acts, omissions and conduct of any third parties in connection with or related to your use of the site. You can hook your computer up to it, and then hook the tuner to your monitor. Can trade TF2 items or whatever else you're interested in.

VGA to component converters may work, but it is likely that not all VGA output resolutions will be supported. Think the cable is bad, or am I just stupid?? That's why VGA is higher bandwidth and a potentially better picture. Please start a New Thread if you're having a similar issue.View our Welcome Guide to learn how to use this site.

Sync combiner (or card that produce so called Sync on Green) + valid video mode timing (nowadays typical HD video modes are predefined or can be easily added to list of Anyway, I did not know this, but there is a significant difference between VGA RGB and Component Y-PbPr (or Y,Cb,Cr -- Y being Luminance, and C being Chrominance. All rights reserved. His TV is a 50" plasma , so I'm not sure about the video quality "Utter shit" is a good description.

Right. As usual you not advice anything useful but trying to express personal opinion as general point of view for whole site - anyway from my personal point of view it is Johnson Godinho 103,676 views 1:50 VGA to RCA cable (WARNING). - Duration: 2:00. If your TV does have this input, then a simple Super VGA cable (male to male) will do the trick, and will give you the best possible video quality.

Quote 30th Nov 201208:45 #8 pandy View Profile View Forum Posts Private Message Member Join Date : Sep 2008 Originally Posted by jagabo Simple circuits like that require that the Let me know. Here's what I got for my gf's birthday: Olevia 337H 720p HDTV Denon Entertainment 5.1 System with HDMI DVD Player Xbox 360 w/high-def VGA The TV only has one HDMI, one Originally Posted by pandy Originally Posted by usually_quiet As usual your advice in this thread is impractical for the vast majority of Video Help members.

VGA is RGB-HV, meaning it sends out Red, Green, Blue, Horizontal-Sync, and Vertical-Sync, all on separate lines. Last edited by usually_quiet; 13th Dec 2012 at 20:21.

© Copyright 2017 admitcore.net. All rights reserved.