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Frage von Pit Anders:
Juli 2020

I hope I can describe it correctly.

On laptops, there are the following outputs: one VGA connector for a 2nd Monitors
and an S-Video jack.

On television there are the following inputs: HDMI sockets Y, Pb, Pr (Audio [Left -
and right channel] extra) and a video input with 2 audio inputs

Here are the questions: How do I connect the laptop with the Television On
best? From the output to the input?
Which is the cheapest way?
Of course, I would like next to the video the sound synonymous transferred.

Pit





Antwort von Rudolf Harras:

Pit Anders wrote:

> I hope I can describe it correctly.
>
> On the laptop, there are the following outputs: one VGA connector for a 2nd =
Monitors
> and an S-Video jack.
>
> On television there are the following inputs: HDMI sockets Y, Pb, Pr =
(Audio [Left -
> and right channel] extra) and a video input with 2 audio inputs
>
> Here are the questions: How do I connect the laptop with the Television On
> best? From the output to the input?

Now I would say so You Get an S-Video adapter to what
Television has the (RCA, Scart), and a 3.5 mm jack
to 2x RCA.




Antwort von Martin Oexner:

"Pit Anders" wrote in news post
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> I hope I can describe it correctly.
>
> On the laptop, there are the following outputs: one VGA connector for a 2nd Monitors
> And an S-Video jack.
>
> On television there are the following inputs: HDMI sockets Y, Pb, Pr
> (Audio [Left-and right channel] extra) and a video input with 2
> Audio inputs
>
> Here are the questions: How do I connect the laptop with the Television On
> Best? From the output to the input?
> What is the cheapest way?
> Of course, I would like next to the video the sound synonymous transferred.
>
> Pit

How does the video input? Is this a cinch synonymous? Then probiers
with the times, so a cable with the laptop is actually there.
Sound like written on RCA jack needed.

Gruß Martin










Antwort von Heiko Nocon:

Pit Anders wrote:

> On the laptop, there are the following outputs: one VGA connector for a 2nd Monitors
> and an S-Video jack.
>
> On television there are the following inputs: HDMI sockets Y, Pb, Pr (Audio [Left -
> and right channel] extra) and a video input with 2 audio inputs

What is the "Video Input"? SCART (RGB-fähig/SVideo-fähig)? Or just
a yellow RCA jack for composite video?

> Here are the questions: How do I connect the laptop with the Television On
> best? From the output to the input?
> What is the cheapest way?

If you want to accept that you as a "video input" only a
Composite Input searched, but the election is very tight. Then the
only possibility is to use this as a counter and places the
S-Video output of the laptop. Those things are usually synonymous
so that they are on the Y Composite cable S-Video jack
supply. If your laptop is not in the case,
you need a adapter that the Y and C of the S-Video signal to composite
zusammenmixt.

> Of course, I would like next to the video the sound synonymous transferred.

Then you need s.Laptop an audio output, because the sound is neither
from the S-Video jack or from the VGA connector. Typically there is a
3.5 mm jack for the sound are available. The course you have to give with
the audio inputs on the TV link.





Antwort von Andreas Erber:

Pit Anders wrote:
> I hope I can describe it correctly.
>
> On the laptop, there are the following outputs: one VGA connector for a 2nd
> Monitors and an S-Video jack.
>
> On television there are the following inputs: HDMI sockets Y, Pb, Pr
> (Audio [Left-and right channel] extra) and a video input with 2
> Audio inputs
> Here are the questions: How do I connect the laptop with the Television On
> Best? From the output to the input?
> What is the cheapest way?
> Of course, I would like next to the video the sound synonymous transferred.

As you take the adapter enclosed in the notebook and connect it with the
putative S-video jack is usually no but a jack for
the adapter. The adapter is then either composite, S-Video or
synonymous RGB depending on the notebook. All these signals to understand the most
Television, you must now only be either directly in the jacks of your
TVs stuck or if no such alternative exists with a
Scart adapter source here.

Remember though, that this is only a stopgap measure, the picture quality can often be
weak, especially over composite. It is better to buy at some
a stand-alone player for 30 euros in the local electrical market. This is often
synonymous cheaper than all the cable and adapter.

LG Andy





Antwort von Shinji Ikari:

Good day

"Pit Anders" wrote

> On the laptop, there are the following outputs: one VGA connector for a 2nd Monitors
> and an S-Video jack.
> On television there are the following inputs: HDMI sockets Y, Pb, Pr (Audio [Left -
> and right channel] extra) and a video input with 2 audio inputs

"A video input - this could be the right one.
I suspect this is a scart or composite input meant.

> Here are the questions: How do I connect the laptop with the Television On
> best?

Best: Since the television has HDMI and one DVI to HDMI implement
may, for the notebook would eventually link a display solution over USB
s.DVI possible.
Audio can be from the notebook (probably line-out jack Stereo)
Audio - In (probably RCA stereo) s.TV connect.

> What is the cheapest way?

SVHS to Composite-Adapters/Scart of notebook and then to the
"Video Input" of the TV.

> Of course, I would like next to the video the sound synonymous transferred.

so
--
MfG, Shinji
PS: Because viruses / worms are mails> 141kByte <155kByte deleted.





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