Fonerange 1.8m VGA to 3 RCA Component Cable for PC Laptop HD TV - £1.76 Delivered @ PrePay Mania - HotUKDeals
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Description:1.8m VGA to 3 RCA Component Cable for PC Laptop HD TV
This 1.8m VGA to 3 RCA Component Cable enables you to connect a VGA / SVGA connection to a 3 RCA component connection. Can work in either direction : VGA to RCA and RCA to VGA. It is Compatible with laptops and desktops containing VGA cards that have a TV-Out function capability. The VGA connector can display PC images to high-definition Analog Video equipment like a HDTV, Component RGB Video, LCD Projectors, Satellite TV and Y/Pb/Pr Video etc. Ideal for playing PC games on a TV and recording PC images by Video recorder.
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#1
Is there a direct link?
#2
hmmm yeah a direct link would be handy, this may be what I need to run an old freeview box through an old flat pc screen I have.
#3
I could be wrong on this but these have been around for quite some time and only work with very few chipsets....... I have tried loads of different setup without success.................
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its Marc
hmmm yeah a direct link would be handy, this may be what I need to run an old freeview box through an old flat pc screen I have.


I don't think it can work this way round - the clue is in the statement "VGA cards that have a TV-Out function". With that feature you could use it to connect a PC to a TV.

I looked into it when I got my daughter a dvd player for her room and wanted to connect it to a spare Dell LCD monitor I had lying around.

The component output from the dvd was not VGA compatible, so just a cable with the right ends on was never going to work. I ended up buying a convertor unit from Ebay (it came from China!).

Good little gadget - has inputs for S-Video, component and composite video, as well as VGA passthrough so you can swap between DVD player and PC. Very neat.

It looks like this (item 270705253888) but I didn't pay £20 for it!

;)



Edited By: Fildo Stronst on Feb 19, 2011 16:40
#6
Fildo Stronst
its Marc
hmmm yeah a direct link would be handy, this may be what I need to run an old freeview box through an old flat pc screen I have.


I don't think it can work this way round - the clue is in the statement "VGA cards that have a TV-Out function". With that feature you could use it to connect a PC to a TV.

I looked into it when I got my daughter a dvd player for her room and wanted to connect it to a spare Dell LCD monitor I had lying around.

The component output from the dvd was not VGA compatible, so just a cable with the right ends on was never going to work. I ended up buying a convertor unit from Ebay (it came from China!).

Good little gadget - has inputs for S-Video, component and composite video, as well as VGA passthrough so you can swap between DVD player and PC. Very neat.

It looks like this (item 270705253888) but I didn't pay £20 for it!

;)




Thanks for that, just wanting to rig something up as my son is rarely off the kinect these days lol!
#7
Can work in either direction: VGA to RCA and RCA to VGA


So no reason why a freeview box, old games console etc can't be used on a spare LCD Monitor?

Sound is the only issue i can think of, although depends on set-ups and devices what peoples options are for that.



Edited By: alfreer1 on Feb 19, 2011 19:17
#8
same its not female! anywhere to get on or is there adapters?
#9
Just a lead with the right ends on will not work;
This is only useful if you have a laptop/graphics card which supports component output through the VGA port.
#10
I can't recall the last time I saw a video card with analogue TV out via VGA connector, almost always S-video.
#11
Fildo Stronst
its Marc
hmmm yeah a direct link would be handy, this may be what I need to run an old freeview box through an old flat pc screen I have.


I don't think it can work this way round - the clue is in the statement "VGA cards that have a TV-Out function". With that feature you could use it to connect a PC to a TV.

I looked into it when I got my daughter a dvd player for her room and wanted to connect it to a spare Dell LCD monitor I had lying around.

The component output from the dvd was not VGA compatible, so just a cable with the right ends on was never going to work. I ended up buying a convertor unit from Ebay (it came from China!).

Good little gadget - has inputs for S-Video, component and composite video, as well as VGA passthrough so you can swap between DVD player and PC. Very neat.

It looks like this (item 270705253888) but I didn't pay £20 for it!

;)




Pretty much, I have a cable like this for my tv as I have component on an old dvd player of mine.

I got a green tinted screen till I went into tv options and changed the VGA signal to component in options(it didnt have component ports)
#12
may sound dumb but could i hook this up from my pc to my tv and watch movies i have on my hard drive ? advice welcome....
#13
Ordered, thanks
#14
desdan
may sound dumb but could i hook this up from my pc to my tv and watch movies i have on my hard drive ? advice welcome....

Yes, but this only works if your graphics card supports this type of cable, and generally only very old graphics cards do, so not many people would be able to use this product, (and your tv must have a component input too)

What I would advise for you is if you have a flatscreen TV you should be able to connect the computer to the TV with a normal VGA cable, but you have to make sure the TV has a VGA input on the back,


Edited By: npo on Feb 19, 2011 22:51
#15
desdan
may sound dumb but could i hook this up from my pc to my tv and watch movies i have on my hard drive ? advice welcome....

vga also wont carry sound!

I have the older massive tvs, and like u wanted a way 2 watch movies on my tv, so I bought this but this will do the same job!
Highly recommended, great picture quality as well! and subtitles work :)

comes with remote controls and cables, it takes SD cards and USB memory sticks

Edited By: Kazaam on Feb 19, 2011 23:23
#16
surely you can use it with a wii? guess i will find out!
#17
PLEASE READ THIS 1ST !!!!!!!!

This cable is ONLY for devices that use RGB NOT YPbPr if your TV / device can only do YPbPr then do NOT buy this because it will not work, both devices need to use RGB. You can find out what input / output your device can do in the settings or in the user manual or just Google.

If you need more info look at: Link

Please don't ask / PM me what devices will work with this, I just wanted to let everyone know.

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