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RCA to Computer Monitor Adapter

Discussion in 'Hardware' started by psych0naut, May 4, 2002.

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  1. psych0naut

    psych0naut Thread Starter

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    I have a karaoke machine and would like to hook up a computer monitor for the text display. The karaoke machine has RCA outputs. Is there any adapter that will allow me to use my computer monitor for this purpose? Thx in advance for your help.
     
  2. Rikku

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    If you mean you want to hook it up into your computer then you just need a video card with RCA input jacks. Something like ATI's All-in-Wonder Card would do that.

    However, if you just have a computer monitor (alone) that you would like to hook up to the machine, then that's a whole different story. If that's what you're talking about, though, let me know and I'm sure I can find some device that would do that trick!
     
  3. psych0naut

    psych0naut Thread Starter

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    Hello Rikku! It is indeed the latter scenario that I'm talking about. I would like to hook the monitor up directly to the karaoke machine. If you can track down an adaptor or gadget of some sort that would allow that I'd love to hear about it! Thx...
     
  4. Rikku

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    Try this site. They have about every video adapter known. You could probably patch something together. (rca->svideo->vga)

    I can't vouch for the site tho, i just found it online... seems good tho.

    http://www.svideotorca.com/ind.html
     
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