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  • question about how to conect a 7" tft on a pc

    hi everyone, im FCaba from the dominican republic.


    i have some question about, how to conect a 7" tft monitor (no vga) on one carputer.
    i read something about this topic, but in still a little bit confuse..

    could somebody say something about this, or at less by more especific in this how to...

    please escuse my english is not very good.....


    F.Caba.....

  • #2
    You need to get the video output signal from the PC to the same type of connection that the LCD uses.
    The LCD probably accepts composite video or S-Video input.
    You need to convert the PC's VGA signal to one of those.

    If the PC doesn't have a composite video output, you'll need a VGA-to-composite adapter, and they tend to be pricey.

    And don't bother with one of those $5.00 cables. They only work with certain makes/models of video cards.
    Have you looked in the FAQ yet?
    How about the Wiki?



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    • #3
      Originally posted by DarquePervert View Post
      You need to get the video output signal from the PC to the same type of connection that the LCD uses.
      The LCD probably accepts composite video or S-Video input.
      You need to convert the PC's VGA signal to one of those.

      If the PC doesn't have a composite video output, you'll need a VGA-to-composite adapter, and they tend to be pricey.

      And don't bother with one of those $5.00 cables. They only work with certain makes/models of video cards.


      thanks darquePervert for your fast answer....

      a VGA-to-composite you say something like this?

      http://cgi.ebay.com/USB-VGA-to-TV-Co...item3357b11936


      this one works?
      this can handle the resolutions of one small 7" tft screen?


      my screen is this...
      http://cgi.ebay.com/7-TFT-Color-LCD-...#ht_2495wt_939

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