• How to connect a laptop to a TV

    Connect the laptop to the TV by yourself, choosing the cable to connect, setting up the connection of the laptop to the TV

    Connect the laptop to the TV on your own - choosing a cable to connect, setting up the connection of the laptop to the TV.

    Somewhat difficult to write about how to connect a laptop to the TV. And first of all, because it is not a problem. Just connect them with a cable and make small manipulations. But this is only theoretically. In practice, sometimes there are problems. There are a number of small nuances. Getting started.


    Connect the laptop to the TV by yourself.



    Further we will tell you exactly how to connect and discuss possible problems. On many computer-oriented sites, only the moment of cable selection or software screen configuration is considered. We will try to tell in detail about everything, because we talked about how to connect a microphone to a computer.


    Select the cable for the connection.



    First, you need to decide what resolution your TV supports.This information must be specified in the device passport. If you are a happy owner of LCD, then, most likely it will be 1366x768 or 1920x1080. And if it has an hdmi connector, then there will be no problems at all and the quality of the picture will simply shock you. The best connection of the laptop to the TV will be by using such a hdmi-hdmi cord.


    But we got a little distracted. On the back of the TV or in the passport we determine which connectors are available and where they are located. You can even write everything down on paper so as not to mix it up. We make the same manipulations with a laptop. The most common connectors are S-VIDIO, DVI and HDMI. Based on these records, we determine, through what places and with what cords the laptop will be connected to the TV. And now some general information about these connectors.


    Scart- Of all the possible options, this is the worst. Extremely rarely used. On modern devices does not apply.


    S-VIDEO- not used very often. The quality is somewhat better than when using Scart, but the difference is not fundamental.


    VGA- used quite often. For analog video transmission, the option is very good.


    DVI- designed to transmit a digital signal. Some notebook video cards are capable of transmitting not only a picture, but also sound over this cable.


    HDMI- at the moment the best way to connect a laptop to a TV. Picture and sound go through the same cable. Maximum resolution.

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