How can you connect your PC to a television set and watch on it without using any tv cards?
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There is an article at TechLore that can instruct you on how to connect your computer to your TV. The article link is here: <A href="http://www.techlore.com/article/10061/">http://www.techlore.com/article/10061/</A> Answer: Most tv's now have a connection to a traditional monitor vable except the cable has to have the pins on both ends.
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Selecting small television sets for your home can be overwhelming. But when you know what kind of picture quality you want, your choices can be easily narrowed down. If you kn…ow what screen size you prefer, you can further limit your TV options. Setting a budget will also reduce the number of choices available to you.The best way to determine what size TV set you want to purchase is to consider your viewing distance. The closer you are to your set, the more you will feel like part of the action. However, if you're too close, you'll notice the pixels in the image, even if you're watching high-definition TV. The best viewing distance is 1.6 times the diagonal measurement of your TV. Small TVs are typically considered to be less than 27 inches. Based on that information, your optimal viewing distance is no more than three to four feet away from the set.TV resolution refers to the number of pixels your TV can display according to its factory settings. Three factors determine the resolution you need for the best TV viewing: the TV's size, how close you sit to it, and the type of programming you watch. Watching higher-resolution programs on a lower-resolution TV will result in a loss of detail. Conversely, watching lower-resolution programs on a higher-resolution TV will not automatically improve the picture quality. The most common resolution for small TVs is 720p for sets smaller than 27 inches.There are two main types of smaller TVs available today: liquid crystal display (LCD) and light-emitting diode (LED). The only difference between LED and LCD TVs is the light source behind the screen. That, however, is changing, as manufacturers are switching to LED-backlighting in LCD TVs. LCD TVs are good for sets smaller than 40 inches and are also more budget-friendly.Prices for small TVs will vary based on the type and size of TV you purchase. As mentioned earlier, LCD TVs are less expensive. A 15-inch LCD TV averages about $120. LED TVs are more expensive due to their picture quality. They average around $150 for 15- to 19-inch sets. You can also find lower prices by purchasing your TV online.With advances in technology, the price of small television sets is lower than ever. Choosing the best TV for your needs will depend on your viewing distance and preferred resolution. Although both LED and LCD TVs use the same technology, LEDs have a better picture quality. LCD sets, however, are less expensive and ideal if you're buying a new set on a budget.All commercial TV equipment production was banned while the United States was engaged in World War II. (MORE)
For watching videos on the Internet and listening to streaming music, many people want to hook up their PCs to their home theater systems to enjoy these media on a big screen …or on better speakers. Here are a few tips to help you configure a home theater PC system.If you want to hook up your desktop or laptop PC to your home theater system, you need certain cables. Depending on the age of your PC or TV, you have different types of inputs and outputs, such as composite-video connection - or the red, yellow and white cables - VGA or HDMI. Make sure that whatever cable you choose is compatible with both the PC and the TV, projector or speakers.This tip depends on how exactly you are hooking up your PC to your TV. If you want your TV to act as a larger monitor for whatever is on your TV, skip this tip. If you want your PC to pick up TV signals, you need a TV tuner card. Some video cards double as TV tuners already.Sometimes when hooking up your PC to your TV or home theater system, either the video, audio or both do not appear. There is no reason to worry, as this is a common occurrence, and you easily remedy the problem by troubleshooting. Often just taking out and replugging in the cable works. Turn the TV or speakers on and off, or restart your computer. There is usually an easy fix to either one of these problems.Do not forget to include your PC in your home theater plans if you intend to use it regularly. Whether this is a shelf or room on the top of your entertainment center, the placement of your laptop within your home theater setup keeps the room looking orderly. Do not leave the computer on the floor, as this looks messy and is dangerous if someone steps on it and breaks it.Once you have set up your home theater PC system, you enjoy everything you watch and listen to on your computer on your home theater setup. The audio and picture quality are much better as a result.Use Windows Media Center to configure your TV tuner. This method allows you to use your computer as a DVR as well as a TV. Simply plug in your TV tuner and open Windows Media Center on your computer. Within Windows Media Center click on tasks, select settings and then TV. Finally, select set-up a TV signal. After your TV tuner configures, the DVR feature is available automatically through Windows Media Center. (MORE)
Most mid- to high-end TVs on the market today have "smart TV" capabilities. A smart TV allows you to use certain Internet applications without connecting your computer to your… TV. In order to do this, you need to connect the TV to your home network. One way to do that is through WiFi.Most mid- to high-end TVs manufactured since 2009 should support wireless networking. A quick glance at the manual should be enough to make this determination.TVs connect to your network wirelessly by means of a USB dongle. This may look like a standard flash drive or a base with an attached USB cable.Locate one of the USB ports on the back of your TV, and plug in the dongle. For best results, make sure the TV is on when you do this.If you are lucky, a wireless networking prompt should appear on the TV screen when you plug in the dongle. If it does not, you may need to find the wireless networking option in the TV's menu. At some point, you should be presented with a list of nearby wireless networks. Choose your network from the list.If your network is secured, you should be prompted for your network key. Enter the key using the remote.Once the TV is connected, choose one of the smart TV features, and make sure it works. If it does not, make sure the TV is close enough to the router to get decent wireless speeds, and check your firewall settings.One feature of smart TVs that might take you by surprise is firmware updating. When your TV is connected to the network, you may be prompted to update your TV to the newest firmware version. This usually takes a few minutes and can always be postponed if you are watching something important.In addition to wireless networking connectivity, most modern TVs have HDMI ports. If your computer has a compatible graphics card, hook up your computer directly to the TV. This lets you use the Internet on the big screen while affording you more control over what Internet services you use than the built-in smart TV features. (MORE)
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With the advent of free and affordable online streaming of television shows and movies, you need to establish a wireless TV computer connection in order to stream your favorit…e shows and downloaded movies on a larger screen. If you do not have the hardware to connect your TV directly to the Internet, follow these steps to wirelessly link your PC computer and TV.You need an HDMI port on your television and your laptop to use the most common hardware for TV-computer connections. If you have a computer with a recent Intel chip, you have an extra option in the form of a WiDi device, which Intel makes specifically to connect its computers to compatible displays. AppleTV lets you do the same thing as WiDi with newer Apple computers.A number of HDMI kits make it easy to connect a computer and a TV even if you are not technologically adept. Find a model that is guaranteed to be compatible with your computer and television, and look for one that does not require significant changes to Windows computer's registry.The manual has important information about the range of the hardware, the transmitter's energy needs and how to start installation. Read it before you get started to make sure you have all the tools and space you need. Install any hardware drivers before connecting the transmitter.HDMI kits need to be plugged in to a power source and tethered to your computer. Most transmitters are large and unattractive. Find a good place to install it on or around your computer that is close enough to the TV receiver and does not make using your computer inconvenient, especially if it is a laptop that you want to untether sometimes.The receiver cable plugs right into the HDMI port on your television. Once you are sure everything is plugged in, activate the wireless connection software on your computer, and switch your television to the HDMI input. Configure any settings for mirroring or extending your computer desktop to the television. Test the signal by playing something on your computer.A bit of latency is normal, just as with any wireless connection. If you have signal strength issues or the connection seems intermittent, move the transmitter and receiver around to minimize wireless interference and get them closer. Be sure all the hardware is out of the way so you do not trip on cables or break anything.There are a number of wired and wireless ways to connect your TV to your computer. This affordable approach to wireless TV computer connection works with the widest range of different devices, and set-up is relatively easy. Gaining access to all your downloaded media and all the shows you stream from sites like ABC and Hulu makes your television and computer that much more entertaining.If you plan to watch blu-ray movies on your TV by playing them on your computer, be aware that 3D playback is not always supported. Wireless connections do not support high enough data throughput rates for 120hz 3D playback. (MORE)
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If not having enough time is one of your excuses for not exercising, well here is some bad news for you. You can actually do quality exercise right in the comfort of your own …home and while watching TV. So if you have enough time to watch TV, then you can squeeze in a few exercises that will help you work up a good sweat.One of the old-time favorites, you can make like a marine being pushed by a drill sergeant while you watch your favorite soaps. The caveat to this exercise though, is that it can strain your back if you do it vigorously and while holding on to the back of your neck. Do not pull on your neck in as you are going up and do not go all the way down and you are good.Experts called out crunches as being bad for the back because it puts undue strain on the lower back. However, it is hard for some people to just let go of this exercise. Fortunately, doing crunches on exercise balls eases the strain on the lower back. A plus with this exercise is that it makes your eyes level with your television set allowing you to soak in your favorite infomercials as you exercise.The plank is by far one of the safest forms of abdominal exercise. It is also easy to execute, which makes it one of the ideal form of exercise if you don't want to miss out on your regular fare of talk shows. Planks hit your core muscles and a little of your shoulders, laterals and arms if you are doing it straight-armed.Leg raises earned a bad rap from experts saying that they put undue strain on the lower back. The thing with leg raises though is that it is an excellent exercise for hitting the obliques, which is that part where your love handles are right now. There are safer forms of leg raises that you can do such as windshield wipers and air bike.Push-ups may be one of the old-school bodyweight exercise routines, but it remains as one of the most effective upper body exercises out there. Push-ups hit a lot of muscle groups such as your pecs, triceps, deltoids, your core muscles and a bit of your laterals. You can also do push up variations including inclined to have a better view of the TV set.This exercise hits your triceps squarely, plus a bit of your lower pectorals and shoulders. There are a few variations to this exercise and you can choose any one of them according to your strength and level of fitness. You can do this exercise while facing the television squarely, so there.On to your lower body workouts, alternating lunges hits most of your upper leg muscles like the quads and hamstrings, and it does a good job at shaping up and firming your buttocks. You can hold on to something heavy to make your exercise more challenging like dumbbells, a six pack, or a gallon container of water in each hand.This exercise also hits the same muscles as lunges, but with greater emphasis on the quads, inner thighs and the glutes. Depending on your level of fitness, you can do half-squats or full-squats. Make sure to have a chair or a stool beside you to help prop yourself up with just in case your legs give out in the middle of this exercise.Shoulder presses is also one of the easier exercises that you can do while seat and are watching a sitcom rerun. You will need to have dumbbells, anything heavy that you can grip like soda cans, or water bottles while doing this exercise. Investing in cheap plastic dumbbells will be good idea to make this exercise easier for you. (MORE)
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short answer: yes! you might have to buy a new video card and TV - but once you have the right hardware, you can make it work. "not as short" answer: first, you need a compute…r with a CD-ROM... and of course the movie on a CD as well as the software to watch said movie. second, you need a video card that that has a 'video out' and a TV with a 'video input'. connect the two using an rca cable - you can get one at any radio shack. set your video card on your computer to use the video out and set your tv to show the video in. turn up your computers volume! you might have to reference the instructions that came with your tv or video card, but as long as you have the in and outs - it can work. (MORE)
Though you've not provided any relevant information there is no such thing as a standard Packard bell and fairly new TV doesn't help much either... model numbers for both woul…d help out... Making some assumptions that your TV is a flat screen one and has a VGA port the the correct cable would be this one (MORE)