There are several ways to hook a vcr up to a PC monitor, but most of them depend on the outputs of the vcr and inputs and other features of the monitor. The easiest and usually cheapest way is to buy a tv tuner for your PC. These tuners cost from $20-$200. Another way is to use a vga box which will de-interlace the vcr input and upscale the rez for the monitor. If your vcr has rca component out and the moniter supports sync on green then you could use a straight through component to vga adapter. Also some older monitors as well as fairly expensive new ones may have some type of rca or s-video input.
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yes that is possible but you need a graphics card for your pc and connect through the svideo socket
You do not . The PS2 was designed to be connected to a TV not a computer monitor
You connect a PS2 to a TV not a computer monitor.
I have a Sony HDTV that could connect a PC to and use as a PC monitor and also could have a PS3 or a Xbox 360 connected with the HDMI connections. So it is possible in that way, but the HDTV would not let the Console and PC operate on the same monitor at the same time. I believe the new internet TV from Sony would allow the split screen operation of internet and console at the same time, but that is only the internet function and not a complete PC.
The HDMI Cable on the PS3 is not to connect a PC, but a HDTV. That is also what the HDMI plug on the PC is so it can connect to a HDTV Monitor
no. not possible.
Yes it is possible to play your xbox 360 on a PC monitor.
Monitor cables are used to connect computer monitors to the PC tower. Without monitor cables, you would not be able to see anything on your screen from the PC.
You connect this the same way as any other type of monitor, but it may be that your PC only has a VGA port, while the monitor has a DVI port, or Vice Versa. You will have to look for an adapter
A serial port is where you connect the monitor to the PC this allows you to view what you are doing on the monitor
Its Not Possible to connect x250 to PC.
I.m trying to connect a vcr to my pc, I'm trying to copy some old tape to cd, what type of cable I should used and do I need a software. Thank you.
you need vga to rca cable
My LG 20M38H-B Monitor can not work with HDMI cable with my PC but work VGA port Properly.
Yes if you Tv is modern so it had the right monitor port.
Some stores offer products that connect the information from the PC onto the laptop using a cable and some adjustments to the configurations on your computer.
No it will not work because the PC monitor is connected to the computer for it to work and it does not work by itself. A PC Monitor is not a TV and it takes a TV to be able to connect a PS2 or a DVD Player and watch it
you have to connect the moniter to another system and the resolution should be reduced from that system and can connect it back to your PC
The port that you use to connect a notebook PC to a bigger and separate monitor will depend on your devices and the cable that you are using. You can use the DVI port, HDMI port, DisplayPort, or the VGA port depending on the device and cable.
Connect the VGA monitor out on the PC to the VGA input on the projector. If your projector does not have a VGA or DVI input, the resolution of the projector is probably not high enough to adequately display the screen of a computer.
The ION VCR 2 PC with USB Connection does not come with a remote control.
Most PC monitors use VGA (DVI is also popular - you can easily convert VGA to DVI with a simple adapter). Most CCTV camera systems are BNC - all you need to connect your CCTV camera to a regular PC monitor is a BNC to VGA adapter. They can be had for anywhere between ~$40-70.
You'll need your DDVDR, a VCR with video/audio out or s-video out, a pc(maybe a mac), and an AV cable. Connect the cable to the DDVDR and the VCR, then plug DDVDR into computer. Install necessary software and drivers, insert a tape, and you're finished!