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PC with DVD to TV

PC with DVD to TV

PC with DVD to TV

(OP)
Hi,
I am considering buyng a new PC. I looked at a Dell Dimension 4500s.  It has a DVD player, and I want to know if it is possible to hook up the PC to my TV so I can watch DVDs. I am guessing that I need a better video card than the one it comes with. any suggestions will be appreciated.
Jeff

Jeff Moss
Warwick Communications, Inc
warwickcomm1@yahoo.com

RE: PC with DVD to TV

I am using a video card with the nvidia gforce 4 mx chipset It has already a second connector where you can connect your tv, check the products with nvidia chipsets there are several brands with tv connector included.the web page is www.nvidia.com

RE: PC with DVD to TV

Wow, maybe this is the end of the S-Video to PC thread....except, what does it have to do with cabling???

It is only my opinion, based on my experience and education...I am always willing to learn, educate me!
Daron J. Wilson, RCDD
daron.wilson@lhmorris.com

RE: PC with DVD to TV

Or..you could call and ask Dell.  They are pretty responsive to sales questions, why not just get it straight from them and be sure you get what you need?

It is only my opinion, based on my experience and education...I am always willing to learn, educate me!
Daron J. Wilson, RCDD
daron.wilson@lhmorris.com

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