An audio/video receiver accepts the media signal given out by a device, such as a television, DVD player or a laptop, and then sends it to a different device, like a projector or another television. Although there are no direct cable connections for the laptop video output, it only takes two converters for the video and audio to connect to the A/V receiver.
- Skill level:
- Moderately Easy
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Things you need
- VGA to RCA video cable
- 3.5mm to RCA audio cable
Attach the VGA end of the cable into the VGA video output on the laptop. Tighten the screws along the side of the cable to secure the connection.
Plug the video connection on the other side of the VGA adaptor into the "Video In" connection port on the A/V receiver.
Connect the 3.5mm end of the 3.5mm to RCA cable into the "Line Out" port on the laptop. This is commonly used for headphone connections.
Plug the red and white RCA ends of the cable into the "Audio In" connection ports on the A/V receiver to complete the laptop to A/V receiver connection.
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