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Postby gnome » Thu Oct 26, 2017 12:30 pm

gnome wrote:
Component cable out from video card on computer, to component input of TV.
Y-connector from output jack of sound card to Red/White audio input of TV.
A few adjustments to the graphics properties (NVidia has controls just for this sort of thing) and I'm good to go! I set mine to progressive scan, sacrificing some resolution in favor of better motion capture. 720p on a 37" LCD isn't bad at all. It's a bit of a resource hog though, multitasking is out of the question at least on my platform.

One problem I've had playing video FILES instead of netflix, is that some of them are too quiet even with the player's volume maxed, the Windows volume maxed, and the television's volume maxed. Solution: VLC Player has a volume booster.

I don't have the problem with netflix.


XBox One console to HDMI input of TV.

Done.
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