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Connect PC to HD TV


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#1 andrewrmunro

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Posted 19 August 2014 - 09:24 AM

I want to connect my PC to a Denon Receiver (AVR-X2000) which will then connect to my HD TV

 

What do I need to do this? My PC is about 50 feet from the receiver. My PC's video card (Radeon HD 4870) currently does not have an HDMI out.


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#2 GreenGiant117

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Posted 20 August 2014 - 01:15 PM

You could do it one of two ways, either DVI to HDMI convertor, then 50ft HDMI, though this will lead to no audio unless you get a converter that has an audio input, then you would have to switch the in use audio device every time you want to use it.

Or get a wireless system for that, which will be significantly more expensive and probably not as good quality...

 

What were your plans to do with the computer when connected to the TV, movies, games, etc?



#3 andrewrmunro

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Posted 20 August 2014 - 02:21 PM

Yeah, I want to watch some downloaded movies and tv shows mostly.






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