VGA- HDMI converter

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madmax2069
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Re: VGA- HDMI converter

Post#21 » Sat Oct 29, 2011 8:54 pm

Neohound wrote: You really wouldn't gain anything in quality by having a separate converter box.


Thats the issue in that some people do it just because its on HDMI that it will be better then just using VGA, Its a misconception really, but still one would have to convert the signal to digital (a converter box should do).

Neohound wrote:Obviously if your tv hasn't got a vga input then you may want to convert a vga signal into component, as Gary_b said.
Thats the only reason many use a converter box, some get fooled by the above.

Neohound wrote:I'm fairly sure an HDMI cable cannot carry an analogue signal.


Well thats what the converters are for

Neohound wrote: Though there are DVI interfaces that accept analogue and digital signals - for example, I use a VGA to DVIa lead to connect my Macbook Pro to my projector.

I do the same thing with my desktop due to it having dual DVI and S-video, i use a DVI to VGA adapter just to be able to use my monitor.

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Re: VGA- HDMI converter

Post#22 » Sat Oct 29, 2011 9:44 pm

Thanks for all the good answers! I will try it on another monitor and see if there is any signal!:)
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