Difference between revisions of "Setting Up Video Sender with a PC"

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If it does, you merely need an S-Video to RCA Composite adapter/cable-any electronics store should have those. If it does not, you need a VGA to TV converter. That is a box that goes between your PC and its monitor; they should cost no more than $50.
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If it does, you merely need an S-Video to RCA Composite adapter/cable-any electronics store should have those. Once you have connected the Sender using that cable, follow the instructions that came with your PC or video card to activate that output.
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If it does not, you need a VGA to TV converter. That is a box that goes between your PC and its monitor; they should cost no more than $50. Most VGA to TV converters will have an RCA Composite output- connect that to the Sender. Then set your PC's resolution to 640x480 or 800x600.
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Either way, you will also need a RCA stereo audio to 1/8" stereo headphone adapter cable. If you

Revision as of 22:47, 24 May 2010

Question

How do I connect the Sender to my PC?

Answer

Find out if your PC has an S-Video output or not:

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/S-Video

If it does, you merely need an S-Video to RCA Composite adapter/cable-any electronics store should have those. Once you have connected the Sender using that cable, follow the instructions that came with your PC or video card to activate that output.

If it does not, you need a VGA to TV converter. That is a box that goes between your PC and its monitor; they should cost no more than $50. Most VGA to TV converters will have an RCA Composite output- connect that to the Sender. Then set your PC's resolution to 640x480 or 800x600.

Either way, you will also need a RCA stereo audio to 1/8" stereo headphone adapter cable. If you