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Rocketfish™ 12' SVGA Cable

Equip your PC or Mac computer with a monitor with up to 1024 x 768 resolution using this 12' SVGA cable that features 24K gold-plated HDDB15 connectors for enhanced signal transfer.
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How do you connect computer to the tv?

3 years, 10 months ago
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depends on what TV do you have. If you have a newer plasma, LCD or LED TV. it will be much easier.
there are a few types of connectors that will work.
look for them in the following order.

1. VGA, 15 pin connector
2. HDMI
3. S-Video
4. Component Video Inputs (RGB,and red and white for audio)
5. Composite Inputs (yellow, red, and white connectors)

I would look for those connectors in that order.
VGA will be your 1st choose, then HDMI and so on.
if there is VGA, great, all you need is to connect a VGA cable to the TV and your PC. that's it. then make sure your TV setting is on the correct input. which can be VGA or PC input.
remember you ONLY need to connect one of those cables on my list.
NOT all of them. either one of those will work. but I just listed them in a perfered priority. good luck
3 years, 6 months ago
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It depends on the computer's video card or integrated graphics and on what ports you have open on your TV. It could be as simple as using a s-video cable or any standard cable that connects your monitor to your PC (such as VGA, DVI, HDMI) but you need to see what ports are open on your television.
3 years, 8 months ago
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This is not as simple a question as you would think. If you have a newer tv with a VGA input you should be able to plug a standard monitor cable into you computer's VGA port an the other end into the tv make sure to select the appropriate input on your tv. If you don't have VGA it gets much more complicated.
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what should i do if the picture on my monitor is shaking repeatedly even though the contacts are well secured?

3 years, 9 months ago
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you can try a few things.
1. change your resolutions to the lower setting. 1024 x768 or 800 x600. see if that helps.
2. change your refresh rate to a different setting. there are usually 75, 65, 60 and etc. different monitor will have different refresh rate. you need to find the one that sync correctly.
3. if you an LCD monitor/TV, there should be an Auto setting button on the monitor. press that, and give it about 30 seconds to settle down. that might help to find the correct settings for you.
4. if you have try all that, you can try to replace the VGA cable, I have notice that a the RocketFish VGA cables are really low quality, where it will produce some issues on the display.
5. last, you can try a different monitor to see if same problem. might be a bad monitor.
3 years, 6 months ago
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You can always try replacing the Cables that connect the monitor to the computer. There is always a possibility that the cable could be damaged.
3 years, 8 months ago
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I would recommend bringing your monitor into your local store for Geek Squad assistance. This doesn't sound like a connection issue with the cable.
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I have a SVGA cable, and a new TV, but an older laptop, PC, and it won't work. Also have an iPad. How can I get it to work on

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