PC to TV Connection[s]

jonjon69691

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I want to connect my PC to my TV in my game room. I know the gyst of it, but kinda confused at the same time.

I have an XFX 3072MB ATI AMD Radeon HD 7950 GPU on my ASUS A88X-PRO MoBo with an AMD A10-6800K 4.4Ghz APU/CPU and Corsair Vengeance Pro 16GB [2x8GB] DDR3 1866Mhz Memory installed...and am trying to connect my 'old' [2004] Mitsubishi HD 1080i Model # WS-65315 Wide Screen TV together so I can watch movies and play games on it.

Now, my 'output' on the VGA is HDMI x2 & VGA x2 and Mini Port x1...however...I want to use my 'input' on the TV to RCA because 'static' can be heard from the Mini-Jack on front and rear of my computer [but not on my speakers nor headphones] when connected to the TV.
So, I looked all over the Internet for the right Converter Box. I, of course know that the signal from HDMI to RCA "has-to-be-converted". Or am I wrong?

Anyways, has anyone out there ever accomplish such a feat? Used their VGA HDMI output and converted it to RCA input on their TV? If so, what 'brand/type' did you use? Or has anyone NOT used a Converter-Box and just used wires? Also, what was the 'quality' of the picture?

Any and all help would be 'greatly' appreciated. Thank you in advance...

Jon N.
 

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I've looked up for the tv you have and it also has a dvi input if I am correct. You can get a HDMI to DVI adapter. I suggest you using dvi just because of the resolution it can provide. VGA can provide max 480p while dvi can 1080 and more
 

jonjon69691

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I believe you missed part of my question above. I know it has a DVI adapter. It's actually called DVI Monitor Link/Controller. As for Audio, I have to use a mini-jack from PC to TV. There lies the problem. I get 'static' when I connect via the Audio. Hence the reasoning for the RCA instead. If it was a low hum...I could [kinda] live with it. But it is loud enough to annoy me to no end.

PC to DVI works...but Audio mini-jack...too much static. Maybe a work-around the Audio part of it would work?

Thank you for your reply...and any other ideas.

Jon N.
 
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