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DVI to RGB TV converter

Discussion in 'Audio, Video & Home Theater' started by camoxiong, Feb 7, 2012.

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    Who know an online store sells DVI to RGB TV converter? I don't have a HDTV, I have the crt tv's.
     
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    Anyone know do a DVI to RGB TV converter works with audio?
     
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    You just get a 3.5mm to stereo RCA dongle for audio.
     
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    Yeah you have to do the 3.5 audio jack because DVI doesn't have the audio signal.
     
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    Don't know if you do watch Blu-ray discs on your PC or not, but keep in mind that it will not work if you do and you try this.
     
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    monoprice.com usually carries all of the adapter's one would need to connect anything to anything else, you could also try partsexpress.com. Either place is a great source for cabling need's as well :)

    DVI/RGB are video only signal's so you will need to connect the audio from your soundcard or onboard to your TV or AVR using whatever connection is best for you
     
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    ok thanks all
     

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