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Old 07-20-2009, 03:30 PM   #1
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Folks!

I have a Panny plasma that does not accept VGA input. I have tried the VGA to Component converter - see both wried version and a box converter - and again I have no picture.

Other than changing my video card to HDMI and running a 50 foot cable to my tv are there other ways. Slingcatcher doesn't really interests me either.

Thanks guys in advance!
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What resolution are you trying to run?
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I have tried ALL, from 480 all the way to 1080 and everything in between.

In my user manual it claerly says that this tv will not work with a PC. And so, I was wondering if there was someway to cheat this by connecting some gizmo.

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What's the model of this television?
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I'll have to check when I get home.
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For now, when did you buy your television?
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I bought it about 2 months ago. It was the stores demo.
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Do you have a link to the converters/cables you bought?
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No, I'll check that at home also.

Hi

I am now at home...

So, the model of the TV is TH42PZ80 from Panasonic.

The gizmo I bought is a SA235 PC to TV by KWORLD.

Hope this info helps.
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So, the model of the TV is TH42PZ80 from Panasonic.
Okay, where did you hear that this television is not compatible with a VGA input? Can you try it again with a direct VGA connection?

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The gizmo I bought is a SA235 PC to TV by KWORLD.

Hope this info helps.
This box only sends standard definition video. You shouldn't be using it, and I doubt it'll look good on a high definition television.
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