DVD players need some sort of connected monitor to display the video signal created by the DVD movie. Although this is usually a television system it is possible to hook up a computer screen to the DVD player. Doing so does require an adaptor, but you are not going to lose any video quality when performing the connection.
- Skill level:
- Moderately Easy
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Things you need
- Component to VGA cable adaptor
Attach the VGA end of the adaptor into the VGA connection port on the rear of the computer screen.
Tighten the screws by hand found on the sides of the VGA connection. This secures the cable to the computer screen.
Plug the red, green and red component ends of the adaptor into the "Component Out" ports on the back of the DVD player.
Turn on the DVD player and the computer screen and the monitor displays the video created by the DVD movie.
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