CRT TV SCREEN HOOK UP TO COMPUTER

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    jim davis

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    HELLO GANG

    i KNOW SOME small color CRT BULB tv's work well on a computer
    how does one need to hook one up to a computer, cause i have a unused Samsung
    with a fabulous flat screen and color rendition.
    My E machines has the multi pin with a screw on each side.

    pay no attention to the pig in the avatar, every-time i come in here he shows up
     
    jim davis, Jun 12, 2019 at 10:28 PM
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    My 1st & 2nd & only! crt tvs had red white & yellow RCA plugs, R+W stereo, Y video.
    Is your Sammy 4x3 or 16x9? What plugs are on it? How old is it?
     
    cornemuse, Jun 13, 2019 at 4:49 PM
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    this beautiful warm color sam sung has those inputs, it has screen degauss too, i put a dvd player into it,
    and the speakers were no laughing matter either, they sound very detailed but warm. its about a 22 inch screen, will that size screen work right out of a ex or do I need a COMPUTER TO TV CONVERTER ???? CAUSE IT IS A TV NOT A COMPUTER MONITOR.

    AND I WILL OBEY
     
    jim davis, Jun 13, 2019 at 8:40 PM
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    They used to sell a converter, vga to 'rf', sending signal to antenna input.
    Oold vcr's had an rf output for old tv's that didnt have any other input other than the antenna, , , ,
     
    cornemuse, Jun 14, 2019 at 6:20 PM
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