How do you connect a laptop with HDMI to a home theater system?
Your home theatre system will need both an HDMI input and output. Most all-in-one systems have no HDMI input. Connect the output of the laptop to HDMI input of the receiver. Connect the HDMI monitor output on the receiver to the TV.
HDMI cable (if laptop is HDMI compatible)
You can connect your laptop to your Bose system with an HDMI cable is both have one. You can also connect the two by USB.
You don't. You either connect the PS3 to your HDTV with HDMI and the Comcast box to your HDTV with HDMI cables like I used to have or you connect the PS3 and Comcast Box with HDMI cables like I did to my home theater and then connect the home theater to the HDTV with a HDMI cable. My Comcast box is HD and I have a Sony HDTV and Sony Home Theater equipped with… Read More
You can with some laptops. Check to see if there is a HDMI input in your laptop.
One can connect a laptop to a TV by using an HDMI cord that plugs directly from the laptop to the TV via the laptop's USB drive and the TV's HDMI port.
Connect a Home theater system with your HDTV and Plug the HDMI cable into it.
Yes. If your Home Theater system has an HDMI input, use that. If not, use the optical digital output to connect the audio from the player to the optical input on the amplifier.
You don't the laptop HDMI is to connect to a HDTV and so is the PS3 HDMI. Even if you plugged both into the HDTV you would not get a connection between them. The laptop may also be able to connect with a camera using the HDMI and it is the PS3 that I based the answer on. I really don't know if you could connect a PS3 to a laptop that was also a… Read More
I have the same question!! I want to play DVD on my Bose home theatre and want to see on my laptop.. is there any cable available to do it. it is not possible by HDMI port. because HDMI port of laptop is output port. so some other option where laptop take inputs from hometheatre system...
HDMI cables are used as digital video and data links between video sources and televisions. HDMI is compatible with DVI interfaces so if the laptop has a DVI output, a DVI to HDMI cable can be used. If the laptop does not have HDMI or DVI, then there is no way to connect the VGA output to an HDMI input. There are several USB based video displays that can be purchased to connect to the… Read More
I assume so, but your laptop has to have an HDMI port
One can use a hdmi chord to connect an HP laptop with a PS4.
The HDMI port is in/out, try a tv tuner.
yes as long as it have hdmi
You can connect your DVD player, laptop or console to your television by using HDMI cables for high definition.
There is a few ways but i know only one way: You will need: a laptop a tv a hdmi lead (if you have a xbox you get one with it) Now connect the hdmi lead into your computer and the other end in your tv. Switch the channel to the hdmi (also known as source, you get ext1 ext2 hdmi) Now its all done.
Use a HDMI cable
HDMI an or s-port are use for laptop to tv connection.
Using a receiver with HDMI, connect the HDMI cable from the PS3 to the receiver, and then to the the TV. If the receiver doesn't have HDMI, connect the optical digital output of the PS3 to the receiver, and the HDMI directly to the TV.
Use a VGA, DVI or a HDMI cable.
Use a VGA, DVI or a HDMI cable.
Connect it to the TV by using an VGA or HDMI connector
Yes, some Laptops have VGA or HDMI outputs to connect to the tv.
Assuming your TV has a HDMI socket - you basically just need a suitable patch lead. Plugging the HDMI cable into the laptop will tell the computer to re-direct the screen output to the HDMI socket, rather than the built-in screen.
The HDMI connection on the laptop is for the same purpose as the connection on the PS3. They are both used to connect and allow the device content to be shown on an HDTV
You can either connect the laptop to your desktop monitor through the most common ways of VGA or HDMI. Note you must have VGA and HDMI built into your laptop and desktop to create a connection between the two.
You can't. It doesn't have an HDMI port. The only video output is a VGA port.
yes, it can. All you need is laptop that has an VGA or HDMI output, which most of the newer laptop do. Once you connect to your TV, an instruction window will appear in your laptop. If not hold down fn f5 Hope this help.
It a port that is available to connect your Video High quality systems, You will fine HDMI port on your HD TV, Laptops, Home Theater and more
Yes aslong as both your computer and tv have HDMI. HDMI carries both picture and sound in hi def.
To connect a laptop to a television, you only need the correct cable to connect the two items. You will either need a HDMI cable, a DVI cable, a VGA Cable, or an S-Video cable.
To connect an LG television to a Sony Home Theatre system plus Sky HD box using HDMI leads, locate the areas on the back of the television that use HDMI cords. Connect the home theatre system to the television, then connect the main box of the home theatre system to the Sky HD using the HDMI leads.
Basically you need VGA port to connect a monitor with laptop or now you can use HDMI port as well if your monitor has HDMI port too.
Yes. You can connect them with composite, component or HDMI cables. For the best results, use the HDMI cable, if your projector has that type of input.
No the laptop HDMI would allow the laptop to display on your HDTV just like the PS3 HDMI does or a PC HDMI does
It would depend on what kind of outputs your laptop has and what kind of inputs your Television has. If you have a HDMI output on your computer, but only RCA inputs on your television you'd have to find a converter from HDMI to RCA.
An HDMI cable is used to connect two high definition devices together. They offer a better sound and picture quality than one would have without the cable. They are usually used to connect and HDTV to a home theater system.
Depends on your system. I connect mine by plugging the audio cables from my avi cables into the back of my Sony surround sound. I used my Sony Home Theater model HTSF470 to connect both my PS3 and HDTV to it connecting the PS3 as a Blue Ray Disc all with HDMI cables and also My Comcast HD Cable box is connected to the Sony Home Theater. When I use the PS3 remote to turn… Read More
If the home theatre system has an HDMI output, connect that to the HDMI input on the TV. If not, component video is your next best connection.
The 3 COMPONENT cables are to be used if you don't have the HDMI connector.
Depends on what kinds of cables the laptop/TV supports. Usual ways would be: HDMI, DVI or VGA cables. (All of those, except HDMI, are video only though). Sound would usually be with jack/mini-jack.
Depending on the type of laptop port, the most viable option would be an HDMI connector.
When I purchased the Sony Home theater I was able to use HDMI cables to Plug my cable Box and PS3 into the Home theater and then plug the home theater into the Sony HDTV with a 3rd HDMI cable. Now when I turn on the PS3 the home Theater works unless I turn it off and then the sound comes from the HDTV speaker system. Sony makes a sound bar PS3 home theater, but… Read More
Yes, you can in some cases. If your laptop has an HDMI output, a single HDMI lead is all that you will need. Most laptops with an HDMI output also include sound on the connectors but there are some that don't. If your laptop has a DVI connector, a DVI to HDMI lead will work but note that there is never any sound on a DVI connector. If you need to run sound separately, use… Read More
yes u can but first u should have a LCD or a led TV and both the laptop and the TV should have a hdmi port. and the television should also have the hdmi feature.
If your DVD home theater system has a optical or coaxial digital input, connect the digital audio output of the Blu-Ray player to this input. You will not get the benefit of DTS-HD or Dolby TrueHD lossless audio, but it will still be surround sound. Without a digital input, you should sell the old DVD system and buy a HDMI-capable surround receiver.
you have to use a hdmi wire plug it in to both electronics an go in hdmi and it should work
At the time of writing, there is no commercially available HDMI input to a computer due to copy protection issues. HDMI is designed to support copy protection and it is very unlikely that there will be licenses issued to allow HDMI inputs to computers.
HDMI Cable. But you need to control the laptop from itself, not the tv. You only see the screen on the TV.
The most common and simplest ways is with an HDMI cable. You can find them relatively cheap on the internet compared to actual stores.