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dual moniters using vga cable

Discussion in 'Multimedia' started by ICONIC, Sep 21, 2008.

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  1. ICONIC

    ICONIC Thread Starter

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    I have a question, ok so i have dual moniters (my laptop computer, and my samsung 32" tv). So for dual moniters i've been using s_video, but the resolutions off and the screen becomes a bit blurry.

    I recently hooked up my computer to a projector using vga cable in my school, and the picture quality and resolution was perfect.

    so my question is does it depend on what type of VGA cable i get or can i get anyone, because i've seen vga cables that are like HD15 1600 x 1200. and i dont know what that means.

    any help

    thanks,
     
  2. DoubleHelix

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    First, does the TV have a VGA connection?
     
  3. ICONIC

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    ya it does
     
  4. DoubleHelix

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    Then you should be able to connect a VGA cable. What's the question?
     
  5. ICONIC

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    it was on the different types , like UXGA and stuff but i looked into it and im good now, thanks.
     
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