[mythtv-users] LCD display or CRT TV or projector
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Thu Dec 30 22:12:57 UTC 2004
RCA = the 3 colored round cables (yellow, white, and red) by the way
On Tue, 28 Dec 2004 19:35:50 -0500, Dewey Smolka <dsmolka at gmail.com> wrote:
> Your cheapest solution is to get an S-Video to RCA cinch converter,
> which will let you run a standard RCA cable into your TV. If your TV
> doesn't have RCA-in then your VCR does.
> I got mine included with a video card a bought for a different system,
> but you should be able to pick one up for a few bucks (or quid).
> On Tue, 28 Dec 2004 21:51:50 +0000, Greg Cope <gregcope at gmail.com > wrote:
> > Hi All,
> > I am struggling to understand the differences between all of these.
> > My TV (21") does not accept S-Video In, so I need a different
> > solution. Presently HD is not due in the UK until 2006 at least.
> > What are the choices for a good PVR display
> > What is the best quality/best VFM display.
> > Do I:
> > - Get an 19" LCD montior - cheap, but what is the quality like
> > (interlaced vs non-interlaced)
> > - Get a different TV - Wide Screen 28/32" - expensive, and most accept
> > SVideo which seems a bit of a comprimise.
> > - Get a Projector and use DVI - expensive.
> > Basically what is the best way to get a good picture akin to a
> > Component in TV + Component out DVD player, which at the mo seems the
> > best way to get a good AV picture.
> > Hope the above makes sense.
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