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    Quality using normal video cable

    Hello All,

    I have a 5.8" Clarion screen in my computer, very clear when watching DVD's or playing PS2, but when I hook up the lap top using normal video cables (3 Cables 1 for Video 2 for audio) the quality is very bad, cannot read anything, is it because of the connection using the normal video cables?

    any ideas would be great

    Thanks

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    2 things:

    Regular video sucks in general when computers are involved. This is why most people on this site use VGA screens.

    If you can't afford a VGA screen (~ $230, http://www.digitalww.com/VGA_TM_700VGA.htm ), make sure that the resolution, etc.. is set to the very minmum and the text size is set reletively high.

    Hope this helps,

    Rafster

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    I would love to have a 7" Lilliput however because of lack of the space I need something alittle smaller


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