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Discussion in 'Computers' started by Jim Williams, May 14, 2004.
Are there any video cards with component out so I can connect my computer to my RPTV (Mits WT42311)?
I believe the newer ATI All-In-Wonder Radeon cards have component out, as a dongle. You can also use a VGA-to-Component video transcoder box, like an Audio Authority 960 (I think that's the model) box. I have one, and it works. However, RPTVs tend to suck for use with a PC. Blurry text. You will also need an application like PowerStrip to get the HDTV timings just right too...
Yes, and many of the non-AIW versions do as well (the dongle converts the DVI out into component, I believe). Ryan
I have it and the PQ went up considerably over SVHS connection. http://www.ati.com/products/hdtvadapter/ Using powerstrip to configure the picture to 720x480.
Thanks guys, I will look into the ATI.
And, although it was mentioned, Transcoders will convert VGA to component, and not lock you into a specific video card. -vince