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Auido Problems When Connecting Laptop To TV

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#1 joebeaven


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Posted 30 September 2011 - 08:28 AM


I have an Advent 7066M laptop running Windows XP. I've connected it to my TV using a VGA to Video Video Converter and an adapter that converts RCA and S-Video to Scart. This works fine for the picture. For the audio I'm using an RCA to mini jack cable running from the laptop's audio output to the Scart adapter and the problem I'm having with that is that the sound is too high pitched. Please can someone tell me what I can do to correct that?


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