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How Do I Connect My Dell™ Plasma TV to My Desktop or Notebook Computer?


Connect the Dell Plasma TV to a Desktop or Notebook Computer Via the VGA Connector

  1. Turn off the TV and unplug the power cord.

  2. Connect one end of the VGA cable to your TV’s VGA input and the other end to your computer.

  3. Connect the audio cable to the connector on the TV and to your computer.

Note:
For audio use the green audio connector located just to the left of the VGA and DVI connections.
  1. Plug in the power cords for the TV and devices and turn them on.

  2. Enter On Screen Display (OSD) and select the PC Analog from the Input Select menu.


Connect the Dell Plasma TV To the S-Video Connector On a Computer

To connect the Dell plasma TV to another device via the S-Video connection, perform these steps:

  1. Turn off the TV and unplug the power cord.

  2. Connect your device using the S-video and audio cables. Connect the video out of the device to the S-video input of the plasma TVand the audio output to the audio left and right (L/R) inputs.

  3. Plug in the plasma TV power cable and turn both devices on.

  4. Enter the On Screen Display (OSD) and select the S-Video input.


Connect the Dell Plasma TV to a Desktop or Notebook Computer Via the Digital Video Interface (DVI) Connector

When connecting the TV to a computer via DVI you need to connect the computer audio cable (green connectors) to the green audio connector of the DVI.

  1. Turn off the TV and unplug the power cord.
  2. Connect one end of the DVI cable to your TV’s DVI input and the other end to your computer.
  3. Connect the audio cable to the connector on the TV and to your computer.
  4. Plug in the power cords for the TV and devices and turn them on.
  5. Enter the On Screen Display (OSD) and select DVI from the Input Select menu.





Article ID: SLN69118

Last Date Modified: 04/05/2016 03:26 PM


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